What’s New in February: Use MURAL on More Devices

Welcome back to our series, “What’s New at MURAL.” In our February webinar, we got to demonstrate all the different devices you can use to access and collaborate within MURAL. Whether you’re a new…

Assumption mapping with MURAL
How to Look Before You Leap: A guide to mapping assumptions for product development teams

This much we know: design thinking can help lead to better product development. We’ve seen it to be true in experience mapping and now we’re seeing it in assumption mapping. To show you what…

Turn Customer Needs into Business Opportunities – Webinar Recap

MURAL’s own Jim Kalbach hosts the authors of The Art of Opportunity, Marc Sniukas and Parker Lee, in this webinar that focuses on turning user needs into business opportunity. Watch the full recording and get the slides here, as well as new MURAL template on jobs to be done.

DesignOps: Solving the Technical Challenges of Modern Design Teams – Interview with Dave Malouf.

Design is serious business. More and more, companies are realizing that good design isn’t a nice-to-have: it’s mission critical. “DesignOps” is a new field that looks at the tools and instrumentation needed for modern design teams to succeed. Find out more in this extended interview with Dave Malouf.

Learn Lean UX with Jeff Gothelf – AMA Recap

For proponents of lean UX, it can sometimes be hard to convince others…

Experience Mapping Presentation
Successfully Mapping User Experiences with Stakeholders – Event Recap

For many teams, mapping user experiences can be a powerful tool. The process helps frame conversations and align priorities with stakeholders. The problem is that the ability to figure out what teams and stakeholders are doing and why can sometimes get lost in the practice.

What’s New at MURAL – December Webinar Recap

Welcome back to our monthly series, “What’s New at MURAL.” In our December…

Marching Backwards Into The Future with Backcasting – Interview with Ephraim Bhatoo

We march backwards into the future. – Marshall McLuhan No one can predict…