A problem space is a set of goals for a creative process. Problem spaces do not include any details of the solution. By starting with a problem space, creative processes avoid making assumptions about the solution that eliminate possibilities too early. The following are common types of problem space.
Why?Why do this at all?What are we trying to achieve here?How will we achieve our goals?What are the steps that get us to our goals?What are our requirements?How will we implement requirements?What will we create?
DecisionsWhat is the question?
Problem SolvingWhat is the problem?
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