Real design thinking: the value of keeping a reflective journal by Jim McCool.
“…Looking back, what were the implications of those thought processes? Why did some of the elements of the problem seem so very important then and of such lesser importance later on? What were you feeling at the time?…”
Case study : Designing an online photography platform for a studio by Ragi Vipin
“…This is the most exciting part which takes a good time to build logic. I firstly write down all my ideas and then process what elements could further add value to the ideas, I then thought of preparing an exhaustive information architecture that will give me a clear understanding of what elements to include and how to categorize and settle hierarchy…”
“..From the beginning of a designer’s education, a student is asked to pick a focus, and then four years later, when applying for jobs, are again faced with the task of declaring a specific area of expertise that matches a specific job they might be applying for, sometimes in a specific industry…”