Product development with distributed teams has become more popular in recent years. This is partially due to the mobility of today's workforce. It is not always possible to recruit the best talent from a company's local job market, and not everyone is open to the idea of relocation. At the same time, the globalization of the consumer market creates a strong need for diverse teams that live and breathe in different cultures. One of the core skills of a strong user experience (UX) team is therefore the ability to work well with a product team located remotely, effectively communicating…
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