While I like pondering design thinking, for me it's like the kitchen tools I use to cook a delicious meal; I focus on the meal and how it tastes. Yum.

On the menu these days is concept design, the early stage of a design process when I figure out *what* it is I'm creating. I do it at work, and I do a little writing on the topic, and perhaps will publish something. If you're curious here's a bit:
http://noisebetweenstations.com/personal/weblogs/?cat=140

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Comment by Patrick McGowan on January 29, 2010 at 19:09
Victor - thanks for your comments. While I agree, focusing on the results does ultimately define the experience for people. However, d.think is about the process. Right processes deliver right results. We can't control the results nearly as well as we can control the activities -- and some activities contribute more to the results than others. D.thinking is more than just the tools. It is the tools, the spices, the heat, the light, the wine you drink while cooking, the music playing from your iPod, the people stealing bites of spaghetti sauce, and the recipe you have decided to use or not use.

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