Which technique to use


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Which technique to use

So at this point in the course, you're probably thinking, I'm ready to begin applying these techniques but I don't know which one to use. Here are some rules of thumb to get you started. At the start of any project, I generally recommend using the subtraction technique. It helps people get comfortable with the SIT method because it challenges their assumption about creativity and it exposes their [fixedness]. Subtraction is very useful when your starting point is well understood.

Or the product or service is well established. It's also great when you're dealing with a complex product or service. As you subtract components out of complex products, it helps clarify what the component does and how it performs it's role. After you've applied one of the other techniques, I recommend turning to task unification. That's because it tends to strengthen ideas by adding substance to them. This is especially true of subtraction. If you recall from the lesson on subtraction, you can replac...

Which technique to use
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