Davide Casali: Remote design: the Async advantage

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January 29, 2018

Working remotely has many benefits but also some obvious and non-obvious challenges. Discussions about remote work also often tend to be generic, however each discipline require its own kind of variations, and design isn’t different.

A lot of the tools available to designers are meant to be used in person, but what if we happen to work remotely, or we want to switch a product team to being remote? How to build trust, gather feedback and craft a unified vision? This talk takes inspiration from some of the practices of Automattic’s teams to overcome some of the unique challenges of remote working.

These solutions will also be beneficial to any designer who desires to engage with open source projects, as they are by definition remote.

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WordCamp Brighton 2017 15

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Davide Casali 6

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remote working 13

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English 6757

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