The Problem: Someone (we won’t mention) goes straight into solution mode from the problem/s we need to solve.
The Problem: Sometimes we can believe (as truth) what is written, particularly if it’s academic or published from what is presumed an authoritative source.
The Problem: When non-designers make design decisions, when non-physicians play “Doctor Google”, when a “non-financial” advisor gives you financial advice….
The Problem: We all from time to time like to think we’re pretty good, irrespective of what may be true from an objective view.
The Problem: People can sometimes respond too quickly and the answer is incorrect or only part of the solution.
The Problem: Designers tend to get into the habit of practicing design and reading material only on design. I’m a designer, let me design!