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How to Choose the Right Touchscreen Display

Imagine using digital screens in your sessions that basically work like giant iPads. Wouldn't meetings and working sessions be much more engaging than with an 'old school' projector or TV screen? And wouldn't your workshops be much more engaging and up to modern standards than with physical..

Wout Hermans

in productivity tools, remote work,

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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,

How to Build Your Own Virtual Design Sprint: Webinar Recap

For highly complex engagements, MURAL templates often need to be customized. While MURAL’s canvas & toolset can accommodate nearly everything you..

Emilia Åström

in design sprints, webinar,

Accelerate Your Innovation Leadership: Webinar Recap

'Innovation' and 'Leadership' are two words that get used often - sometimes too often - on their own, but are rarely used together. Figuring out ..

Jim Kalbach

in design thinking, innovation,

What Design Thinking Could Be: Webinar Recap

Over 20 years ago Steve Jobs uttered the words, “You’ve got to start with the customer experience and work backwards to the technology.” Some..

Mark Tippin

in design thinking, templates,

How Design Sprints Can Be Reformatted For Any Workshop/Meeting: Webinar Recap

After running hundreds of design sprints and training thousands of people across the world, AJ&Smart have a good handle on the most common..

David Chin

in design sprints, webinar,

Evaluating the Impact of Design Thinking in Action II: Webinar Recap

As we make more progress with design thinking and it gains continued adoption within the world's most innovative companies, the urgency of how we..

David Chin

in design thinking, webinar,

Running Global Virtual Design Sprints: Webinar Recap

The first ever global virtual design sprint was generated from a simple thesis: If design sprints work well with everyone in the same room, could..

Emilia Åström

in design sprints, remote collaboration,

Empowering Remote Teams To Collaborate Visually: Webinar Recap

Design-led organizations thrive when they instill a culture that makes it safe and normal for their teams to collaborate visually.

David Chin

in remote collaboration, webinar,

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,

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,

Six Behaviors of Creative & Innovative Teams: Webinar Recap

How can you make your organization more innovative, adaptive, and creatively competitive?

David Chin

in design thinking, innovation,

ROI of (Remote) Design Thinking: Webinar Recap

It's been a great year for those of us who promote the use of Design Thinking. Change-makers in large organizations, you now have examples and..

David Chin

in design thinking, webinar,

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