The production site is pitch black.
I think any job is similar.
Some people talk about wanting to see the production site and what they are doing during production. I have never written down the parts that you can't see, so I will write it down.
If you are not making something that has a rule, but I just have a myriad of destinations. To decide one direction you want to go, one direction you should go. I dive into the heavy, deep, dark sea. (I keep sinking because I get giggly until I dive)
Now, let's say you've dived safely. Even if you think you've been here once before You may find a new small side hole (probably dug by yourself). (Maybe you dug it yourself) You search for a while in the dark. I can't see it at all, this one is different, and so on, and it becomes scattered. I pick the one I've never seen before, and the one that looks the most suspicious, We draw them or actually use paper to think about them.
By the way, if you see something before you dive, put it in your pocket as a reference material. Keep it in your pocket as a reference material. I show this reference material as a "rough sketch" to the client. I show it to the client as a "rough sketch. but often something different from what I'm looking for appears.
Maybe this is the right one, but I'll look for more. When I get to the point where I think, "Oh, I think this is it after all. Once I have decided on the direction to go, I go out of the dark and into a dimly lit place. I draw a plan and make a prototype on paper.
I ask the client, "Is this what you're looking for?" (If I make it myself, I confirm it.) (If I make it myself, I check with myself.) If the client confirms, "Yes, yes, this is what I am looking for. If you can confirm that this is what you are looking for, you can proceed to the designing process, we proceed to designing the product so that it can be used as a product.
That's all. It is dark at the production site. When you feel someone's presence the floating development plans and 3D images disappear.