The workflow strategy (see above) describes the path from the task set on the research, the first design study, the evaluation to the finished product.
This representation of a workflow is to be considered examples only. This is because the individual steps can move in their sequence in the reality. However, it is clear by the fact that several steps are being committed in the creation of a product.
In particular, the substantive engagement with the customers and users is important in the formation. For this reason, ideally at two points in the development of a product, the feedback from the customers and the users should be sought.
The design is not a means to an end and not the sole objective of self-expression, but should provide appropriate messages.