Design Contemplation 2

Design Contemplation 2 - Looking into my design process is...

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Looking into my design process is rather complicated. One must delve into my subconscious to truly see what I am making and planning. Using Descartes Method as a guide it becomes easier to break down what my actual thought process is. First you must look at his first rule “Accept true only what is indubitable (a known truth)” I realize that when researching and observing a new area to work in, I cannot take anything as true unless it is proven to me, i.e. I can’t believe an area is not gradable because it’s likely to flood unless I have a proven instance where it floods. Only then can I ascertain that the area would not be a good choice for work. His second rule states that you must “divide every question into manageable parts”-looking at the object as one big whole is often intimidating and makes it so you can’t really understand it. When I get a new project we could have ten questions/problems that need to be fixed; if you try to look at all of them at once it won’t do you much good but going in a
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This note was uploaded on 03/18/2009 for the course DESIGN 100 taught by Professor Malecha during the Spring '09 term at N.C. State.

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