Design Manifesto

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Spencer Inions Design Thinking Marvin Malecha December 2, 2008 When looking into my design process, you can break it down into a few simple and easy steps that will help decipher what I think about when I work on solving a problem by coming up with a solution . Overall there are four main parts that can further be broken down into sequences . First stage of my thought process is observation . I take the items that have been set in front of me; whether they are an object, building, landscape, idea, etc; and pull every bit of detail or perspective out of them . For example; when looking at a can of soda, I observe the size, color, weight, is it full or empty? Is the tab still on? Is it dense? And so on and so forth . I have to be able to tell you every possible thing about that object before I can move on to another step in my design process . The Second step involves analysis . I must analyze the problem set before me and figure out exactly how to provide a solution that fits the needs and wants of
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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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