WILDQARDS by WILDDESIGN
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When a designer takes on an open task, he regards it as an invitation to develop his own ideas freely. This can lead to a solution but not necessarily to the desired product. So in the end the employer is not satisfied. In addition, a team quickly exceeds the planned time and cost frame due to missing information.
Therefore, a task should only be accepted if every important information is available. Costs, financial budget and the desired end product have to be described. The same applies within the team: If a task is passed on to the team, the general conditions must be known. The team members must feel obliged to ask for any missing information themselves.