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This insight forces a difficult design process question. How do we make design decisions between solving observable problems vs trying to answer psychological needs? It seems that the most successful, game-changing "innovations" - (ipod, prius, etc) - were successful mostly because they fulfilled a psychological desire. In fact, the competitors, who have really just marketed a comparable utility, are virtually irrelevant (whether they were first to market or a follower).

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