Bob Martin walks you through one of his Design Briefs. Follow this example for your research.

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    Jun 3, 2010, 04.11 PMby gedwoods

    I have to say that what inspires me is less the final product than the discarded ideas along the way. I find the final product interesting here, as well as the process that led to it, but the discarded ideas are for me the gold mine – each potentially a new “seed” :)

    Also, when you travel, it seems to me one is more interested in a blanket, a cushion and a foamy than a tent – finding a way to be comfortable in all sorts of odd urban settings were a tent would be difficult. But it’s still a cool idea…

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    Jun 2, 2010, 08.54 PMby kittyf

    That was really cool. Being that I wear only dresses and skirts and also like camping this was a real noodle exercise for me. thanks for sharing

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