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COVID-19 Update

If you were wondering… we are very much working and open for business.

Thankfully, we are already a fully distributed / remote working team. We’ve worked like this for a long time.

We are primarily a remote business so we can hire the best people (not just local people). But it also means we are in good shape to follow the Government’s advice around staying apart.

We won’t be travelling for face-to-face meetings with our clients or user research participants for the meantime.

Instead, we’ll continue to use the range of digital, cloud / browser based tools we already use to handle the occasions we would normally be face-to-face, e.g. a project handover or a user research field visit.

In fact, at this very moment, three Lagomers, all in different locations, are remotely running a user story prioritisation session with a client working from home.

They are quite happily using Whereby (our video / screen sharing tool of choice), with Trello (to move the user story cards around), and Slack (to capture talking points for later).

So we’re confident we’ll continue doing the really good user research and digital strategy work we’ve always done.

Please get in touch if you have any questions or want to talk about how we can help you.

Thanks,
Liam, Founder


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COVID-19 Update

We are open for business and embracing our physical remoteness.