Understanding Problem Framing from Kees Dorst

In his book “Frame Innovation,” Kees Dorst developed a framework that expert designers use to help them frame unsolvable problems, and “create new solutions where others see none, and finding new opportunities where others see problems.”

Questions about the framework:

What works, what doesn’t?
Is this a useful framework for social innovation? How might this be used to frame other kinds of design projects?

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