From an event hosted by a colossal tech provider came a rather intimate deep dive into the world of design sprints. The 3rd annual Google Design Sprint Conference, also known as SprintCon19, was an immersive 3-day event held on Google's very new Boulder, Colorado campus. With the intention to..
Around the world, people are recognizing the value of design thinking for more than just products and services. Yet many organizations have a hard..
MURAL is not just for designers. Anyone can work through problems visually, regardless of your role or type of work.
Here at MURAL, we practice what we preach. Our small teams are distributed across four time zones. We stay effective by using a core stack of..
“But I like sticky notes.”
At MURAL, we hear that a lot when we bring up remote work. Don’t get us wrong: we like sticky notes too. And there’s..
Like most large enterprises, IBM’s success relies heavily on teams spread all around the globe. More important, their success relies on the..
At present, state-of-the-art technology for design thinking typically consists of sticky notes and flipcharts. Though simple, these tools have..
You might be wondering, “What is Design Operations, or DesignOps?” According to Dave Malouf, founding member of the Interaction Design Association..
According to IDEO President and CEO Tim Brown, “Design thinking is a human-centered approach to innovation that draws from the designer's toolkit..
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..
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..
Welcome back to our monthly series, “What’s New at MURAL.” In our December webinar, we show you our favorite new features and three things you..
When the iPhone came out, the world knew that the way we would interact with technology would become more intimate, natural and powerful.