Sunday, September 23, 2012

Stanford Design Thinking Process


  1. I read somewhere that a good designer always asks the question - "Why is it like that and not like this"? when he sees a product. That's my moto for now on and it really helps me when i'm in my industrial design studio.

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  3. Asking "Why?" is important. But closed questions often start with "Why, Who, What, When, Where," and often elicit less complex answers. You can also try asking open questions, ones that start with interrogatives like "How." Asking "How?" can lead you to some great places. Good luck!

    And if you want to know more, I'm writing about my experience at Stanford at Check it out!