Remote working tips for designers

Less than two years ago, we started TrackDuck. As an early-stage startup, we didn't yet have a dedicated office. On top of that, part of our team was split between Belarus and Lithuania. Suffice to say, remote collaboration has played a big role in our company right from the start.

Working remotely is tricky in any industry, but when it comes to design it can be hell. Design tasks involve an exceptional number of debates, which are even more difficult to deal with when you can't communicate face-to-face. It's just one of many issues remote working throws up.

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