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Revolutionize the Way You Educate Your Team on MURAL

To me, learning how to use MURAL is not about how to add a sticky note to a canvas. It’s about how to transform the way that I work in a collaborative, digital way - regardless if I'm co-located or remote. With this goal in mind, Virtual MURAL Week was born.

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Resources for Remote Design

Here at MURAL, we are committed to supporting remote design. This post gathers some resources to learn what experts have to say about designing remotely, and tools to help you do it, too. 






We recently conducted a survey on remote design. Here are the top tools the designers use for various aspects of remote design:

Conferencing Tools


File Sharing

Online Prototyping

Online Testing

Online Research

Online Whiteboards



Remote work is on the rise. Odds are you'll have to design remotely in the future. As technology for remote collaboration gets better, it will make remote design easier. Here are few bits of inspiration:



Remote design will continue to develop. We're confident that as new solutions because available, designers will be both more comfortable and more productive designing from a far.

To further the cause, we've created a discussion group on LinkedIn. Please add to the conversation with your thoughts and comments.

Join the Effective Remote Design group on LinkedIn

Jim Kalbach

Jim Kalbach

Jim Kalbach is a noted author, speaker, and instructor in customer experience, experience design, digital transformation, and strategy.

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