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  • Doris Yee
  • Keith Bormuth

3 people think this is good

  • Doris Yee
  • Keith Bormuth

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  • Doris Yee

    I really love this. "The net result of these investigations is that the
    more ambiguous and uncertain the problem, the more suitable design thinking seems to be." You can really explore faster and cheaper by seeing something quickly then over-analyzing what could potentially be impossible or the wrong idea. Designers - the good ones - are trained and practice to be romantic with the design possibilities, constructive with the breakdown, quick on the output, and detached from the first stab. This pdf details all of this pretty well - constraints, iteration, and metaphors. Great post, Jose!

    • Jose Fresneda

      It's a nice way both for designers and non designers to get their heads around the virtues of design thinking. I truly believe that designers should take advantage of their process & capabilities as "problem solvers" to actually solve problems that matter.