• Jordan KoscheiJordan Koschei, 7 years ago

    Where's Eli?

    8 points
  • Ryan MackRyan Mack, 7 years ago

    Phenomenal post. I like that it's ostensibly relatable to anyone trying to solve a problem.

    1 point
  • Daniel FoscoDaniel Fosco, 7 years ago

    Fantastic post! The paragraph below really hit home — navigating between definition (why) and doing (how and what) is one of the most difficult aspects of design work for me.

    The most difficult part of design is switching between these two modes; they require radically different mindsets. Good designers need to alternate between being very naive and totally confident. More importantly, they need to know when to be naive, and when to be confident. Often, designers are confident too early. But a confident designer with a flat perspective is usually heading straight to the land of missed opportunities.

    1 point