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Designing in an interdisciplinary context is challenging, and it is even more so when it has to be done remotely. For such remote interdisciplinary designing, we propose video prototypes as artifacts for supporting the interaction design process. In this paper, we present a case study where we have successfully used video prototypes for collaboratively designing a modeling tool. This tool is supposed to provide Dialogue Design Support for creating multimodal user interfaces. The new and important aspect of this case study was using video prototypes for joint interactive designing done remotely, and also between disciplines.