One and a half years ago, I started @uxremotely to learn more about the possibilities and limitations of designing with distributed teams. So far I have compiled more than 130 articles of designers and design teams working remotely. As tweets are ephemeral, I will post the five most interesting articles I found on each subject here.
This first list includes case studies from companies like Google, InVision and 18F (a digital services agency within the United States Government). Enjoy!
by Julia Elman (Zapier)
— UX Remotely (@uxremotely) November 14, 2017
by Joe Tullio (Google)
— UX Remotely (@uxremotely) July 26, 2016
Interview by Jim Kalbach
— UX Remotely (@uxremotely) October 12, 2017
by J. Thibault & M. Khandekar (18F)
— UX Remotely (@uxremotely) August 22, 2016
by Rachel Starnes (InVision)
Building InVision Studio with a fully remote team https://t.co/Xh5iqhTpAg
— UX Remotely (@uxremotely) December 18, 2017
The next posts will focus on individual designers working remotely as well as on research and design activities like design sprints, prototyping and user testing.