How to organize your virtual whiteboard in Miro, Mural, Figma, or Klaxoon ?
By Boardle team - 21 July 2020
Find out the best way to organize your virtual whiteboard space in Miro, Mural, figma or Klaxoon and choose between the horizontal layout, the agenda layout, the central layout, the story layout and much more ...
For the past decade, we’ve mostly worked with PowerPoint-kind-of tools that offer limited space: the very famous slide! When it was necessary to add new elements, there were two solutions: reduce the elements and the font size to fit everything in the slide or simply add a slide. The information was then very sequential and vertical.
Hopefully, since a few years, lots of whiteboard applications have emerged and the Corona crisis has increased their adoption.
The virtual whiteboard thus became at the same time the presentation space but also the physical space (whiteboard, post it, …) that we all need when running meetings/workshops.
Therefore, it’s important to learn how to manage this new virtual and digital space. Organizing one’s whiteboard is not obvious.
You need to fully understand the ‘space’ and how to place your elements in it. We’ve put up together some layouts that are frequently used and we hope they will help you with your next workshop.
If you want to stuck to the traditional PowerPoint presentation, the vertical layout remains the simplest way of running your workshop. That’s a good one for beginners.
This one is frequently used.
It is very suitable for whiteboard applications as we are used to read from right to left (or left to right)