The Home Depot’s Remote Design Sprint

Brooke Katalinich

Home Depot

Jay Melone

New Haircut

Richard Banfield


As the world relies more and more on remote work, innovative brick-and-mortar businesses will use a distributed model of collaboration to keep things in high gear.

The Home Depot is a shining example. They turned a studio-centered activity—the design sprint—into a remote activity with significant upsides.

Hear how they did it in this InVision Talk, featuring Brooke Katalinich, UX Manager, Design Sprints at The Home Depot; Jay Melone, Founder of New Haircut; and Richard Banfield, VP of Design Transformation at InVision.

You’ll learn how to:

  • Unite remote cross-functional teams to work effectively on complex exercises
  • Build trust, understanding, and foundations for successful facilitation
  • Maximize the impact of online collaboration on workspaces, diversity of ideas, and managing IP

Collaborate in real time on a digital whiteboard