In order to design, you need to break the mundane everyday limiting assumptions.
To review the following DDR Analysis of ToDo List:
- Redesign – how I can do time efficient way?
The above from Forbs article from 2016 but originally from Harvard Business Review 2013.
The importance is to ask the right question for the desired outcome.
There are 4 kind of questions: 2 x 2 matrix: how to view the problem—either birds’ or antsy’s eyes, and the intent of the question—”affirm what we know” and “discover something new”.
The four questions are: Adjoining(b,know), Elevating(b, new), Clarifying(a,know), and Funneling(a, new).
“Asking clarifying questions can help uncover the real intent behind what is said.”
“Adjoining questions are used to explore related aspects of the problem that are ignored in the conversation.”
We ask Funneling questions, “to understand how an answer was derived, to challenge assumptions, and to understand the root causes of problems. ”
“Elevating questions raise broader issues and highlight the bigger picture.”
Accessibility Presentation by Raphael Lowe (Web Developer) and Craig Spurrier (Web Programmer).
Difference of “equal” and “equivalent”
I did Apurie.com Header Design work on PS.