BluePrint walks towards design thinking. Design thinking is the next competitive advantage recently talked about. There are companies who specifically ask design thinking in their technical rounds. There are companies having dedicated courses on design thinking. Design thinking involves the phases: Empathise, Define, Ideate, Prototype, and Test. The step-wise guided process directs one towards the core of design and makes one comprehend process and reflections. What they still lag is the right set of questions one need to ask to get into the real core of the design. BluePrint addresses that gap. It breaks down each component into a detailed set of questions towards understanding the environment better.
Hand-drawn diagrams capture the thoughts well, providing space for the reader’s thoughts to breathe and occupy. The method is useful in understanding the system better. BluePrint files are never neat. They are messy. Just like our brain and thoughts. BluePrint is about hundreds of messy hand drawn sheets!