"Requirements shall model your vision." Milestones Organized Design Estimates Legitimize
“Come on, what do you see?”
"Enlightened change starts with understanding the problem." Familiar Form Original Perspective Relative Progression Carat, Color, Clarity, & Cut Enlightened Service
After Jack introduced Henry and everyone shook hands, we sat down around a small restaurant table. “To get started with problem statements,” Henry began, “It’s important for you to see the path from desiring a change, to forming a formal problem statement, to establishing the necessary force to bring about that change.”
"Accumulate aligned alternatives to build the power of choice." Accumulate Logical Steps Incentive GOSPEL Neat
“Jack you old dog! How are you?” An elderly man started to approach Jack energetically with a huge grin on his face. He had very dark skin and a shockingly white head of shortly cropped hair. Other than his hair, there were few signs of the age he obviously bore. His step was springy and his back straight. I figured this must be Marcus and waved to him. Marcus shook Jack’s hand warmly then turned to me. “This must be the pup you’ve been showing around?”
“If I formalize a DAM system within our projects, then we can better control information flows in context of project structure, but there is a lot to learn about DAM best-practices ”
A DAM is a software system and/or set of business rules that, in combination with other systems, stores and distributes digital assets in a controlled and uniform way. DAMs arrange, describe, store, and provide access to digital assets that are linked to metadata models, which allow a digital asset manager to work with the assets in desirable ways.
"The feature is a capability that you strive to deliver, and is the basis for your perceived value." Visualization Accessibility Lasting Impact User-Centered Evolved Expectations
The first thing I noticed as we pulled into the driveway was that the house seemed to stand out. I knew it wasn’t the design. Throughout the neighborhood the homes shared a similar architecture. Yet, the paint seemed to be brighter, even though it was a pastel tan. Yes, the grass was healthier, but that wasn't it. Looking in through the windows, I noticed lovely curtains and I thought the rooms all seemed to shine brightly. Still, other homes had nice curtains too.