Just because we're working with a distributed team doesn't mean we have to abandon time-tested tools and methods like whiteboarding. Digital look-alikes often cramp creativity and all but eliminate the humanity of shared interactions. Hardware solutions are also limiting and, of course, expensive and immobile.
In an increasingly digital and remote-first world, it’s important for us to select tools and processes that allow us to mitigate if not eliminate the above problems. With the right solutions in place, technology itself can take on a greater role in accommodating distance and allow the human “ends” of each remote interaction to remain as close to the original as possible. In short: you CAN whiteboard with your remote team. Here's how.
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