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How to Create Virtual Idea Boards for Work

There’s a special kind of magic that happens when meeting as a team: There’s a communal energy that often leads to brilliant ideas. In fact, most of the products around us were thought up by a group, not just a single person. Go into any ad agency meeting, and you’ll witness a group of people […]

Instructor Viktor Ignéczi
Updated March 26, 2022

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There’s a special kind of magic that happens when meeting as a team: There’s a communal energy that often leads to brilliant ideas. In fact, most of the products around us were thought up by a group, not just a single person. Go into any ad agency meeting, and you’ll witness a group of people brainstorming concepts together while someone else furiously scribbles the ideas on a whiteboard.

While the energy of the brainstorming meeting is often invigorating, the whiteboard itself can be a hindrance. After all, it has to stay in the room, and the notes from the meeting are often captured on someone’s phone and then emailed to the group as a photo. That photo then dies a slow death as an email attachment.

To combat that sad end, let’s discuss a key method to help your brainstorming meetings flourish long after they’re over: the virtual idea board.

*Originally created by lucidchart.com

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How to Create Virtual Idea Boards for Work
There’s a special kind of magic that happens when meeting as a team: There’s a communal energy that often leads to brilliant ideas. In fact, most of the products around us were thought up by a group, not just a single person. Go into any ad agency meeting, and you’ll witness a group of people brainstorming concepts together while someone else furiously scribbles the ideas on a whiteboard. While the energy of the brainstorming meeting is often invigorating, the whiteboard itself can be a hindrance. After all, it has to stay in the room, and the notes from the meeting are often captured on someone’s phone and then emailed to the group as a photo. That photo then dies a slow death as an email attachment. To combat that sad end, let’s discuss a key method to help your brainstorming meetings flourish long after they’re over: the virtual idea board.

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