Sunday, September 28, 2008

process makes "perfect"

process is the key in carrying a project from conception to completion. in order to understand the whole problem and situation of the project-- while leaving individual beliefs and presumptions out-- is follow a two stage method: analysis + synthesis. analysis is the identification and dissecting of the problem while synthesis is putting together the parts to make a whole in order to apply the solution. within this two-stage process—there are eight steps to guide you in solving the design solution for the project. commit with the project, state the problem, collect information through precedents + research, analyze through conceptual diagrams + sketches, ideate to form a concept, choose those ideas in which are creative, implement the ideas, and then evaluate the outcome.  

this is an example of a design sequence for developing a plan from the conceptual stage onto the final stage. [see those bubble diagrams do come in handy]  it is clear that each step is equally important as the next because it allows you to learn what is successful  to incorporate into the final design. [take note on the comments listed below each diagram-- it clearly defines the details associated with each step.] 

the following information and diagrams came from --the design process: the sequential steps.

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