Asking the right questions
“This happens best when it happens twice – once to confirm the problem definition or scope – and once to create or implement the solution. One of the greatest mistakes is to omit the left-hand diamond and end up solving the wrong problem.” (Design Council, accessed 2019)
When exploring a problem, a number of possible ideas might be created (‘divergent thinking’) before refining and narrowing down to the best ideas (‘convergent thinking’). This can be represented by a “Double Diamond” shape.
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