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Phase: Evaluation

Evaluating a project is easy. You always have 20/20 vision. You see everything as obvious but at the time there was a lot of uncertainty and points of information that was not forthcoming immediately. Try to ask as many questions as possible in a project build up. The customer will have assumptions and so will you. It is important to iron these out as best you can. If possible, try to benchmark your project against something. If its your first such project this is not so easy. Its also important to split your product sales and service costs and understand how the ...
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January 19, 2019

Phase: Launching business

What is the most important requirement for a business? A customer! You cannot have a business without a customer. Something that is underestimated if you are not continuously customer facing or not rewarded or incentivised for generating a happy customer! Then you need the cash flow from your business (opportunity) in order to be successful and it needs to be worth your while or effort pursuing this enterprise. And in order to do this, you need to follow the particular needs of the customer so that they satisfactorily fulfill their requirements or exceed your competit...
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January 18, 2018

Design Problem Solving

Having recently found a really great paper on problem solving, I thought I would expand my own thinking around this topic in this blog. Designers are under estimated in this world, even though forward thinkers are the ones than can change it. Designing and planning are always two words I have noticed which have strong congruency. Planning larger works with in the expected confines of what is possible. Its thinking is largely, because of this and that and this, we should do that. Designing however takes far more cognitive load and tries to imagine a solution outside of ...
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December 1, 2016