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The Home Depot’s Remote Design Sprint

1 Hour

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

Meet the speakers

Brooke Katalinich

UX Manager, Design Sprints, The Home Depot

Jay Melone

Founder, New Haircut

Richard Banfield

VP Design Transformation, InVision

Meet the speakers

Brooke Katalinich

UX Manager, Design Sprints, The Home Depot

Jay Melone

Founder, New Haircut

Richard Banfield

VP Design Transformation, InVision

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