By Fixing Your Weakest Link You Can Boost Your Entire Design Process
When examining your design process, determine your weakest link — that is the area within your design process system that is hindering you from improving your design projects and/or your design business. Understand what is holding you back creatively (often you will find that there is a “weakest link” in your design process which is holding your whole system back. Thus, if you improve this link, your entire design process will benefit. So, whether your weakness is in building models, coming up with innovative conceptual design gestures, translating your architectural vision into a 3d virtual world, or being-true to your initial design vision all the way through to building completion — you should learn how to strengthen this weak link by either learning how to improve your “how to” knowledge directly, or by finding a better and perhaps more innovative solutions, resources and/or methods to help you get the results you want. Again, once your weakest design process link is strengthened, the rest of your design process system will benefit — and as you may infer, this is a very powerful way to leverage your time.