Planning and facilitating remote workshops has become indispensable in times of lockdown and social distancing. As a digital creative agency, we have been able to work fully remote from day one of the pandemics. When I say fully, this doesn´t include the workshops and co-creating sessions that we do because we prefer the hands-on and face-to-face approach for some formats, especially with externals and clients. Direct proximity facilitates, for example, getting to know each other or the onboarding process and discussing a new topic. We had to learn that remote collaboration with people of different organizations, mindsets, and digital work experience can be challenging.