is often a hindrance for innovation
with a statement: "There must be a way to do
this." Then an idea: "What about making a
"thingy" that would do it." The next step
might be a rough drawing on a napkin, before
a "hands on" "knock it together" prototype.
This is done in the garage, late at night
using some of the junk collected over the
years. Planning at this stage would most
certainly loose the idea in a sea of
stops amazing me how often "jumping straight
in" to prototype generates solutions and
innovations I could never have imagined at a
planning stage on paper.
Design by John F. Ednie
An ability to create "what hasn't been done before"
or enhancing the "already in use".
Just because it has been done before,
doesn't mean you can't build one yourself.
It's all about imagination, vision, ideas, prototypes
and an extreme amount of joy and frustration, followed
Try my innovative way to make a cup of fresh brewed coffee: see here.