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In the first two parts of this series, I covered off the thinking behind the spatial considerations and also the hardware pieces that I have used and recommend to people. In this last post of the series, I cover off the main software that I use for online meetings and facilitation.
In the first session, I covered off the layout and spatial design of my office at home.In this session, I will get into a more detailed look at the items that I use on a day to day whilst working as a facilitator and trainer.
Since returning to Ireland in 2018, and forming This is Doing with all the wonderful trainers we have been facilitating fully online. There are many articles out there that outline that you can do this with just a computer and a webcam, and they are not wrong. You definitely can facilitate sessions online with just a computer and a webcam, but this article sets out to outline how to level up your game. How to bring that professional quality into your own home set up and the thinking behind each item.
We are excited to announce that This is Doing will be partnering with Design Skillnet in Ireland to deliver a world-class 3-month Service Design Programme open to residents of Ireland and internationally.
We are working rapidly on new initiatives and have a requirement for a service design graduate or service design student to work directly with us over a period of 4-weeks only.