Typical Work Processes
So you have all these tools to work with, and then you have to do something with them. And you've got a project and you're like, "What do I do with this stuff?" And it's a process. It's that you're asking some questions and you're providing some answers. And then you're asking different questions. So every designer designs or follows a process from beginning to end, in a different way. There's no one-set process. Some people work in a kind of spiral, non-linear way, some people are very methodical and build step upon step upon step, some people are kind of all over the place, and then kind of like, "Ah picked one," and then they start to refine that. And sometimes that really depends on the nature of the project. It's just the way it is. But for the most part, designers, when they're in school are essentially taught a relatively linear process. It's still an iterative process. That means it doesn't really quite go in one line from point A to point B and you're done, it kind of starts a...