Fast Start — Design Teams: Co-location Trumps Remote

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Fast start conversation:  When co-creating, teams need every bit of energy they have to work together to produce great designs.  To maintain energy, teams need to talk with each other, teams need to see each other’s work, and for design teams, co-location trumps remote.

Why is that?

What words, phrases, vocabulary, and communication channels disadvantage remote teams?

What can this post, from User Interface Engineering talking software design team dynamics, offer other teams and organizations who manage remote teams or work-from-home initiatives?

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