Glenn Fajardo, instructor at the Stanford d.school and seasoned online facilitator, joined forces with MURAL's Ward Bullard to demonstrate what a virtual classroom could look like.
IDEO's All-Digital Partner Meeting, Powered by MURAL
On day one, our team hustled to get the first version of our iPad app ready (codename “Sketch”) and installed in 55 devices, and connected two of them to AppleTVs. We enabled all partners to take notes to document their ideas, and participate in a voting session at the end to rank the topics they needed to work on this coming year.
To kick off day two, I was given 10 minutes to introduce MURAL. I had only found out the night before that I would be presenting in the morning, so I quickly used MURAL to draft up a storyboard to use for my presentation.
Here, I focused on the “Why.”
We are here to ensure that everybody can collaborate with others, wherever and whenever inspiration strikes.
Bringing technology to empower people’s imagination is important to us at MURAL. We are determined to enable the visualization and sharing of ideas so that they can “get together” and make even better ones.
We’ve been working hard these last six months to come up with a new MURAL version that is coming soon. We look forward to sharing it with you all.
I run MURAL, where we are making creative teams become better design thinkers through our collaboration software.We started MURAL because of a game we were designing. Ask me about that.
June, 06 2014