How to Structure a Virtual Design Process
Schedule two weekly meetings: one with the client and another that takes place one or two days later with both the client and the intellectual property (IP) holder.
Create a weekly deck and review with the client to ensure it captures and reflects the correct vision, operational needs, and business model.
Update the review deck with client comments before the IP meeting.
Host separate meetings to allow for a focus on different topics to ensure the right parties are involved. For example, back-of-house and building issues may be relevant for the client, while the IP representatives may be keen to discuss the specifics of sculpture designs going inside the building.