Brainstorming a Creative Project Part 4: Conclusion


So far in this series on creative project brainstorming, we have looked at the type of questions and exploration techniques you could use when you're in the challenge phase of your project. In this last part, though short, we'll cover how to close the project discovery and let you do the actual work. Closing an exploration phase doesn't mean the close of the entire project discovery. In fact, until you and your team have come to a final decision on how your initial goal will be reached, you'll probably be closing many different exploration phases. To help with semantics, think of the discovery phase of your project as one big (opening --> exploration --> closing) group with many, many smaller, similar groups inside of it. It's not uncommon to have an ‘open, explore, and closing’ group for a every single...

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