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[link] How to Make Distributed Design Teams Work

Posted 29 April 2014 - 01:57 PM


A great exploration of what it takes to help bridge the timezones and gaps for a remote, and distributed, team!


With more and more technology companies adopting remote working environments, having team members in different parts of the world is not uncommon any more.

Remote working comes with many benefits, but also unique challenges.

The biggest perk of working remotely is you are able to give all members the option to live and work where they are most productive. Its often easier to stay focused without the day-to-day distractions of commuting to work and normal office interruptions.
This can all be very tricky for design teams because we need to communicate regularly and extensively, share and pass files, brainstorm, and much more.

Any type of team needs to be on the same page, but this is especially true for design teams.

At Formstack, weve been a remote company for over a year now. We have team members from all departments working remotely across the country, and we also have a member of our development team in Poland.

As a company, weve learned quite a lot about remote working, and we want to share our insights with you.

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