Good Design Is Great for Business:
Maturing and Adapting Your Design Practices for Distributed Teams
"The good news is that neither creativity nor collaboration are weakened by distance--merely altered. And the conditions that make them possible remain the same,” says InVision designers, leaders Ben Goldman, Abby Sinnott, and Greg Storey. No matter the circumstances related to great design practices--remote designers or in-office ones--great design is a competitive advantage.
With design teams distributed across the globe, it's imperative that your design culture create user-centered solutions that delight, and, well, do what they're designed to do. This requires constantly maturing your design methods.
In this virtual panel, learn from experts what they and their teams do to achieve extraordinary business results. Good design is great for business and even better for customers.
Rich Sheridan, CEO and Chief Storyteller at Menlo Innovations, is a successful entrepreneur and author of two best-selling books—Joy Inc.: How We Built a Workplace People Love and Chief Joy Officer: How Great Leaders Elevate Human Energy and Eliminate Fear.
Helen has been a software developer at Menlo Innovations for over 3 1/2 years. Menlo Innovations has allowed her to contribute to the creation of products in a variety of industries and pursue her interest in building high-quality software that is meaningful.
Shawn is the author of two books, The Optimistic Workplace and Work Tribes. He has his degree in organizational behavior from the University of San Francisco and an MBA from Drexel University.