The design thinking process has always had its challenges. Taking that process online hasn’t made it any easier. Designers know this all too well, though lately they’ve been finding their own way to adapt to remote work, too. If you plan your workflows accordingly—with the right tools, people, and expectations—then you can facilitate a successful design thinking workshop, even remotely, as a collaborative, process-centered experience.
In this course, UX expert Chris Nodder gives you a new lens on best practices for remote design thinking. Learn about how to lay the groundwork for a successful online workshop. Get tips on how to facilitate design thinking projects with remote teams and synchronous participation, exploring alternatives to in-person tasks like site visits, interviews, experience mapping, and usability studies. Remote design thinking may not be easy, but with the right tools and proper planning, it can still result in productivity.Login to LinkedIn Learning