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Suddenly Remote?: Education Edition webinar recap

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.

Mary Halling

in education, webinars,

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Work Forward: A Better Way of Working webinar recap

On March 3rd, our own Jim Kalbach was joined by Parker Lee, managing partner at Territory, and Jim Van Over from the Chief Innovation Office at..

Mary Halling

in design thinking, how we work,

Suddenly Remote?: Webinar Series Recap

Mark and Hailey introduced the 'Suddenly Remote?' webinar series and what we're aiming to do with it (TL;DR: help teams thrust into remote work..

Mary Halling

in design thinking, visual thinking,

5 Building Blocks of Visual Collaboration: Webinar recap

We were joined by Bigger Picture's founder Ole Qvist-Sørensen last week, along with our own Mark Tippin, for a webinar exploring the basics of ..

Mary Halling

in design thinking, visual thinking,

Curb the Chaos: Webinar recap

We were joined by XPLANE's Creative Director Tim May last week, along with our own Jim Kalbach, for a webinar exploring visual frameworks for..

Mary Halling

in design thinking, visual thinking,

Prevent Workshop & Conference Amnesia with a Gift Canvas

Workshops and conferences inspire energy and excitement about a topic across a community. It’s easy to decide with people in the room, but it is..

Hailey Temple

in design, design at scale,

Scaling design thinking methods and mindset across SAP

During my three years at SAP, I proudly called my pre-sales team the “Business Therapists.” Our human-centered design approach brought a special..

Hailey Temple

in design thinking, using mural,

Build Collaborative Confidence in the MURAL Experience Lab

Learning by doing is an essential part of success -- digital collaboration is like a muscle. It needs daily exercise to build strength, but also..

Hailey Temple

in design thinking, using mural,

You Don't Have to Be a Designer to Solve Problems Visually

MURAL is not just for designers. Anyone can work through problems visually, regardless of your role or type of work.

Jim Kalbach

in design, design thinking,

Game-Changing MURAL Uses for Customer Success Professionals

With all that goes into product implementation, a key challenge for Customer Success Managers is maintaining customer happiness without stifling..

Mary Halling and Alicia Ness

in best practices, business strategy,

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..

Annelise Schoups

in design thinking, digital whiteboards,

“Design Visual and Engaging Meetings Using MethodKit“ - Webinar Recap

We love meeting people, but let's face it: meetings can be hard to get right. They either lack structure or are too structured. People don't feel..

Emilia Åström

in define, design collaboration,

Know Your Scales in MURAL

Jim Kalbach

in mural, scale,

Visualizing Shared Value with MURAL

Jim Kalbach

in collaboration, conferences,

This Is Your Brain On MURAL - Interview With Dr Anjan Chatterjee

The human brain processes visual information differently than text. We’re able to see patterns and relationships in a unique way when we solve..

Jim Kalbach

in anjan chatterjee, brain,

Working Visually at McBeard -- Interview with Kailey Howell

McBeard is not your average media marketing company. Their clients include names like Coca Cola, Universal Studios, Netflix, Disney and..

Jim Kalbach

in deisgn, interview,

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