The first fundamental aspect is the careful analysis of what already exists. To be able to redesign effectively, it’s necessary to decode the basic elements that make up the existing project, to know how they work and what they are used for the new project. Every detail must be clear and there must be no secret: the designer who has not fully understood every detail risks re-proposing unnecessary or even counterproductive elements.
The next step is the reorganization of the components. Each project presents unique and particular challenges, so it’s necessary to reorganize the analyzed elements in order to precisely meet the new needs. We remove what is not needed or is obsolete and add what is necessary to update the product and raise its standards.
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