We have a large design capability here at Kainos, and group sessions of research, analysis, collaboration, workshops and creative brainstorming sessions are a key part of our work.
These sessions can involve colleagues, Kainos customers, user research participants, or a mix of all. Where possible, we aim to run these sessions face to face, but in times of crisis, we have learned that with some small adjustments, remote sessions can function just as well.
In this free guide, our Design team offer some advice and tips on how to make remote sessions like these work, as well as ensuring all participants feel empowered to contribute.
Download the Designing in times of crisis booklet now to find out how you can get the best out of remote meetings.