Kenneth Green, Caffeine, Gordon Murray discussed on Not So Standard Deviations

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That's true. Then I don't recommend line nothing. I, I need to get like vetted by experts before I could recommend. I don't see how you could anyone could not try your best at that. Tell interesting. It is. It certainly doesn't taste that bad. So. I, I know the press. It's like the pressure is part of extracting the caffeine sites seat it for longer. I seek for like three minutes in this new method. Good to make up for the no pressure things are right back to the. Okay. So. I say this sequence of episodes that we're doing here. It's like, this is quite a slow burn that we've got here. Yeah, but but I think it's right though. I think it feels feels right. You know, I think this subject deserves the slow-burn. I think if nothing else, I feel like it's a, it's like, I think it's not content for chapter to discuss and then be I also like kind of like bringing it up a few times in a row just because I think that. I think the repetition is warranted for the extent to which we think pursues a good idea. It's a proportional to its importance, I guess. Exactly. Yeah. So we're, we are continuing with chapter four of designs. Think of the book design thinking by Nigel cross and the chapter four is called design thinking. I think right. How does liners think so designers. Thank you. Yeah. Presumably they engage in design thinking and just as a reminder up until now, there's been two profiles in chapters two and three one was of Gordon Murray who is a designer for Formula one race cars. And then there was another profile of Kenneth green who is like a designer for, like I dunno household products, things like or it was quite a few different things house products and trains. Yeah, it was kind of like industrial design. Yeah. Okay. That's a better way to say it. Yeah. Yeah. Just just to be clear. You didn't run into anything. No blessed. Yeah, unfortunately, not. I mean, like I, you know, have run into sewing machines since then, but I have no clue if they're designed by Kenneth or not. Yeah, yeah. This chapter didn't have anything like new that. I guess there were a few new designers, but they didn't mention like what they design specific products. Yeah, yeah. So I just got to remember recall the McLaren that I saw. With Fundus. So. So I think this chapter is trying to kind of summarize, I think lessons learned so far in the book. Yeah. And he seems to boil it down to kind of three bullet points. I guess I would say which were like taking a systems approach, having a perspective on the problem and then and then working from first principles. So maybe maybe we kind of go through each one of those, I guess. Yeah, I, I really liked this chapter because for all the talking doesn't this podcast ended generally the way I've been thinking about this subject has been kind of zoomed out view of like, okay, just really feels like it's getting that that missing element of data science analysis, etcetera. But I liked it. This was started. I started to realize like I think I'd be more crackle advice. I certainly give the advice of like trying to sign friends but breaking down like what are the components within a design sprint. I think it touches on all three of those. And so I just happy to have finally some some substance around practical vice..

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