Influence, Novelty And Solution Generation – Making Design Evolution Happen
New products are often thought of as functional, and artistic projects for the sake of creation but the reality is functionality thinking limits. The reality is that variety, a significant difference is seen between nonfunctional ( desires ) and hard functional requirements. Limiting desires and room to move within the artistic space for design could not have been better identified by Emily Worinkeng, Shraddha Joshi & Joshua D. Summers
The reality of the design world, architecture and often product definition and entrepreneurship is that nonfunctional requirements, typically captured as constraints on the design space ( user desires and the designers own interpretation of what is needed ) often serve ( as a measured quantity ) to not only enablers ideation but novelty and variety and as show in a few previous discussions here and with clients, clearly leads to an understanding of the mechanisms of disruptive design coming together to create successful products.