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What is Mural?
MURAL is a digital workspace for visual collaboration. It is commonly used by teams in design, strategy, and innovation to brainstorm and collaborate on ideas, create and share visual content, and facilitate virtual workshops and meetings. MURAL offers a variety of templates and tools, such as sticky notes, diagrams, and mind maps, that make it easy for teams to organize and share their ideas and work.
How can Mural be used in UX?
Mural can be used in user experience (UX) to help teams collaborate and visualize ideas. Some specific ways that MURAL might be used in UX include:
- Brainstorming and ideation: Mural virtual whiteboard and sticky note features can capture and organize ideas during brainstorming sessions.
- Sketching and prototyping: UX designers can use MURAL to sketch rough ideas and create low-fidelity prototypes.
- User journey mapping: Mural templates and visual tools can be used to create user journey maps, which help teams understand the experiences and needs of users as they interact with a product or service.
- User testing and feedback: UX researchers can use Mural to document user testing sessions and gather participant feedback.
- Collaboration and communication: Mural can be a central hub for team collaboration, allowing designers to share and discuss ideas in real time, regardless of location.