The 3P Design Process

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Step 1: Problem-spotting

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Step 2: Problem-framing

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  1. What is our goal(s) with this product?
  2. Which tools suit the task(s) we need to complete for our goal(s)?
  3. What constraints do we face?

Step 3: Problem-solving

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Step 4: Back to problem-spotting.

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