July 7th, 2017
Here’s an excerpt from the article:
There are numerous benefits to remote work: flexibility and better work-life balance for employees, and wider talent pools and reduced costs for employers, to name a few.
But what about remote design? Surely, designers won’t be required to work in distributed contexts. After all, our work is highly visual in nature. We need to be able to draw and point and gesture. We’re meant to work shoulder-to-shoulder.
…With a little forethought, remote design can be as productive as working in person.
Read the article: Effective Remote Design.
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