In this logic design interview question, we asked four designers to give us four reasons for why they do things. (I’m going to keep it short this time.) What we didn’t ask is their reasons for why they do things. So I’ll just use one example for each reason.
The reason we are here is because we want to know why you do things.
One of the Designers’s main reasons is to show a user how to improve their design, and it’s pretty simple: to improve the design. We asked him to show us how to change his way in the design process.
First, he showed us how to change your process and how to use the software we have at work, but we didnt ask him for how to change your process and how to use the software we have at work. We asked him to show us how to improve the process.
The main reason that we asked him to take a look at the process is because we wanted to know how to improve the design process. We asked him to show us how to change his way in the process. He looked at the two tools and said, “You do things right?”. He was totally amazed.
It’s pretty incredible how much a person can learn in just a few hours with a simple question. To put that in perspective, in that same hour we asked him to look at the tools he uses on a regular basis.
It’s really just because he’s a visual learner. To do these things as a designer or architect, you basically need to practice with the tools that you’re using day by day. If you’re not going to use these tools, then you’re basically not going to be able to do the things that you need to be able to do.