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Facilitating Product and UX Design sessions from home has made gain a much higher appreciation for white-boarding. The time to it actually takes to physically writing things out affords me and others time to think.
I've been trying this approach with other artifacts like low-fidelity UI designs and so far, I am a big fan of how quickly this process helped de-risk some things, that we may not have noticed while quickly throwing these together in Figma.
Is anyone else doing stuff like this? Would love to hear more about your process if you are.