A quick dive into Teague’s design approach. An idea is just the start. From there, how do we close the gap between the ideas in our heads and something customers can actually see, touch, and feel? And how do you align your team around an idea so they can understand the possibility—and then help execute the reality? Thinking through making works to answer these questions through doing.
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