Boston on business: a week in photos

March 14, 2023

At the end of February we took our first post-pandemic business trip across the pond to snowy Boston. It was a week filled with workshops, good food, and freezing weather. We are really excited here at Furthermore about this new project, and it was especially nice to be able to kick things off in-person with some good, old-fashioned sticky note sessions. Stay tuned for more updates on what we are working on later this year….

Jetblue plane at the gate at Heathrow Airport
Boarding our flight at Heathrow
View out of a plane window at snowy Boston
Looking down at a very snowy Boston from the flight
Harvard campus on a winter day
Exploring the Harvard campus
Harvard library building exterior
Checking out the Harvard library
Harvard chapel exterior
More campus exploration
Conference room set up for a workshop with sticky notes on the table
Getting set up for an empathy mapping session
Close up of sticky notes on a piece of paper from a UX workshop
Getting into the mindsets of our audience
Man pointing at a white board covered with sticky notes for a customer journey workshop
Aftermath of a successful user journey workshop
Man sitting at a table in the Boston Institute of Contemporary Art
Steve enjoying a lonely dinner at the Institute for Contemporary Art
Glass models of plants a the Harvard Museum of Natural History
These plant models are made of glass. How crazy is that?
A large scarab beetle on display at the Harvard Museum of Natural History
Exploring the Harvard Museum of Natural History
Man walking down a street in Boston while it is snowing
Shane enjoying Boston in the snow
Interior of Pinocchios pizza in Harvard Square
Waiting for some pizza at Pinocchios
Exterior of Charlies Kitchen in Harvard Square
The local spot for a post-work pint
Two men sitting at a bar
Shane and Steve at Charlies enjoying a well-deserved pint

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