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So many companies are stuck in a business school, "let's use a tried and true formula", way of looking at things.

Do they think it looks sloppy, or less professional to go out and try things with foam models or cheap mock-ups? The amount you can learn from an interaction with a cheap model versus the cost of creating it is amazing.

Maybe we need to put it into a business school perspective. Dollars spent early, testing ideas with rough mock-ups are going to go further than those spent on extensive studies and working prototypes.

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