Design is a process and a value added factor
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Design is a process and a value added factor

Design is increasingly becoming a significant factor in the economy and contributes to the success of a company. That is why it is important to integrate design development into the value added process of a company at an early stage. The sooner the more effective and efficient.

A design process is iterative. This means that no matter where you are in a design process, there is always an evaluation, a comparison with the requirements and targets defined at the beginning. It is continuously reflected, evaluated, adapted, modified, redesigned, until the previously specified requirements are met. This can take different amounts of time depending on the extent.

A design process is important and completely normal in order to manifest the ideas/targets/strategies to successfully implement them with conciseness, recognition and a unique position. Design is much more than the final perceptible design of a work or a product—  design is a value added factor. For me as a designer I have the responsibility to find and create strategies and individual design solutions for my customers.