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Remote vs. In-Person: Interview with Joe Lalley

Joe Lalley, currently at PwC, helps people and teams solve problems through the process of design. He believes the key to successful design is having empathy for the people who will experience your product or service.

Jim Kalbach

in design thinking, interview,

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Build More, Faster - With Collaborative Prototyping: Webinar Recap

We don't always have the time or resources to conduct a full design sprint - or we just don't need the complete structure of a design sprint at..

David Chin

in design sprints, webinar,

Three Keys For Running Successful Remote Workshops: Webinar Recap

Design workshops help companies frame challenging problems and find optimal solutions - but what happens when you're on a globally distributed..

Special Touches That Make Your Sprints Kickass: Webinar Recap

As a facilitator, you have the opportunity to create brief experiences to elevate/punctuate moments throughout a design sprint. These special..

David Chin

in design sprints, webinar,

2017 Remote Collaboration Survey Results

Remote work is becoming increasingly mainstream. Whether you're remote all the time, have flexible in-office policies, or collaborate with..

Mary Halling

in remote work, survey results,

A Team Charter Template You Can Use Today

What qualities define a successful, productive team?

David Chin

in templates, 2018

Three Modes of Creative Conversations: Webinar Recap

Conversations matter.

We literally build our lives one conversation at a time, but we're also defined by the limits of the conversations we can..

David Chin

in webinar, 2018

Make Meaningful Progress Via Remote Design Sprints: Webinar Recap

Design sprints are a great way to bring your team together to focus on a single problem - but what if your team doesn’t have the time or budget to..

David Chin

in design sprints, webinar,

Weekly Notes that Stick