The whiteboard is not a canvas for designers, it’s a canvas for discussion. Every person on your team brings their experience and expertise to the table.


Visualizing problems on a canvas gets them out of your head and into the real world.


You can put all the pieces in front of you so you — and everyone else — knows what you’re working with.


The simple action of drawing something on the whiteboard tells your team that you want to communicate something and have a discussion. This is the core of collaboration.


Process


by Jen Goertzen · Senior Product Designer at IDAGIO
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