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JellyBelly wrote:you should full fill 80 ideas & 20 concepts etc
iab wrote:First, ideas are cheap. You have come up with 20. Are you certain that these are the only 20? What if you showed the 20 to others and they gave you input. I'm betting you may come up with more ideas after hearing their input. Have you benchmarked related ideas in other industries?
nxakt wrote:Not sure where the 80-100 number comes from. 20 would be a good place to start from, feedback from peers or the client is what moves me past that number.
iab wrote:Be sure you have exhausted your resources before stopping the ideation process. There is no set correct number.
yo wrote:The ultimate answer is as many as it takes for you to reach the right solution.
Lmo wrote:Define the term "functional concept" please.
I just couldn't stand control freak lecturers who wanted you to follow their patterns of things needed to be done etc, or a school curriculum that is designed in such a fashion where fine details such as "how and how a schedule should look like", " how and how you should full fill 80 ideas & 20 concepts etc " at THE FINAL PROJECT stage. I mean we're creative people right ? We sort of like to do things differently, anyhow we should be thinking out of the box of solving matters not a restricted normal way of doing projects. Doesn't mean you squeeze your brain cells just to full fill the 80 ideas can contribute to a better ideas right ? (It really depends though)
mirk wrote:How do you guys know when you've exhausted your resources and reached the right solution?