Digital Walls for Remote Workshops
Digital walls allows you to capture virtual sticky notes, images, and sketches. You can use these to support and capture during an in-person workshop. You can also screenshare these to support remote participants or to facilitate entire remote workshops.
Mural allows you to place and move sticky notes, text, images, sketches, documents, flows, and multi-media on a large digital screen. When you sign into a Mural, you can see other people manipulating the objects. Also allows for comments on objects and dot voting. This is the recommended tool for remote collaboration. Austin Govella has access to an enterprise account you can use.
CardBoard allows you to place, move, and group virtual sticky notes in a grid on a virtual wall. Unlike Mural, CardBoard does not allow other forms of content. However, the focus on sticky notes makes CardBoardIt very easy to learn and use. CardBoard works well for story maps, customer journeys, and connects to tracking tools like JIRA, VersionOne, Pivotal Tracker or Rally.
Stickies allows you to place, move, and group virtual sticky notes on a virtual wall. Unlike Mural, Stickies does not allow other forms of content. However, grouping sticky notes together is easier and more organic than with Mural. (With Stickies, you drag a sticky on top of another one to create a group. With Mural, you first create an area, and then you can add sticky notes to the area.)