The COVID-19 pandemic has shifted how many teams work, from face-to-face interactions to remote and hybrid forms of collaboration. Even at its best, though, virtual collaboration remains less effective than face-to-face collaboration, leaving millions of workers with both the temporary and permanent challenges of virtual work. Design is uniquely positioned to not only alleviate these ails but even make virtual teams strategically advantageous by developing innovative solutions specifically for hybrid virtual collaboration. To aid in that process, this article summarizes the communication technologies, individual techniques, and leadership techniques that "work" for effective virtual collaboration. Then, we highlight several outstanding concerns and possibilities as an impetus for designers and researchers to develop solutions to the challenges of sustained remote and hybrid collaboration. In doing so, we seek to motivate designers and researchers to consider social practices as designed artifacts, and therefore constituents of solutions to social systemic problems.