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Nov 06, 2023

Collaborative Design Workflows

Lisa Hong, Stéphan Martin, Simon Clancy

About this video


In our post-pandemic world, the way we work has changed. Many of us have gained the flexibility to switch to a hybrid, or even fully remote, work model. With this shift, new tools have emerged and we’ve had to alter our process for getting work done. But as we gain efficiency, how do we make sure collaboration doesn’t suffer? Join us for three short presentations from industry leaders as they discuss the keys to their collaborative design workflows.

Lisa Hong – Interaction Modelling Your Workflow

How would you design an interaction model for how your team collaborates? Join Lisa to walk through how to create a diagrammatic model to represent people and process using a systems-lens and interaction design-first principles.

Stéphan Martin – Order And Efficiency In The Corporate Reporting Process

Balancing the design journey with corporate reporting requirements can pose significant challenges. Join Stéphan as he outlines how a unique cloud platform that enables seamless collaboration between designers and clients drastically improves workflows. You’ll learn how you can maximize your creative freedom while managing client reporting requirements.

Simon Clancy – Design Collaboration within a Matrix Organization

In this presentation, you will see how Canadian Tire’s in-house design and content team establishes and uses collaborative frameworks and workflows within a large matrix organization. Simon’s team is responsible for championing and maintaining consistent design across complex retail ecosystems. With a mandate such as this, the team inevitably becomes a connection and collaboration hub for many stakeholder groups.

Join Simon to discover how they have had success with:

• Shared operational and cultural frameworks

• How and where they collaborate with stakeholders

• Tools, structure and workflows

• Collaboration in a hybrid working model


Lisa Hong


Stéphan Martin


Simon Clancy