As we move through time, the pressure on us increases to improve on what we have been doing with the times gone by. There is always the expectation that someone is going to make a great discovery, teach us something that has never been thought of before, or look at something in a manner in which it has never been looked at before. Its rue that this passion to discover something new is driven by passion. But in the recent years we can see that the need to have an innovative concept is born purely due to the pressure that accompanies marketing strategies. It has more to do with keeping up with trends rather than originality and genuine creativity. So how then do we ensure the quality of the products that come out?
Adopting a new thought process
Be it shopping for brand new furniture or walking into a second hand stall that says white bookcases for sale online, people are instantly drawn towards the colorful and more stylish and modern looking pieces rather than the pieces that have a timeless style. This is because they feel like the more colorful and stylish the piece the higher the quality of the furniture. But this is where they are sorely mistaken. Because appearance and quality are never directly proportional to one another. It’s not a hard and fast rule that is followed in industrial setting. So how do manufacturers ensure that they maintain quality while trying to be innovative? Because if they don’t they are going to lose customer sooner or later.
It’s by making people adopt a child like thinking process. Because children always have a different way of looking at things. For example they might look at a 3 drawer desktop organizer like a kitchen storage box. And if the creative team starts to look at it like that they might be able to come with a new concept for it. A few changes that they could make which would make it more versatile. But this again makes us wonder why as adults we have lost this ability of looking at things with a fresh view. Why can’t we see things in the same manner that children do. The answer is simple. You may also check out craft room storage solutions if that fits better to your needs.
Children do things purely without being conscious of what they are doing. They don’t have any pressure or anyone looking over their shoulders. To see if they are getting it right or of they are getting it wrong. They place shapes and colors together out pure intuition and nothing else. And therefore they don’t have the added worry that we have as adults. And it’s very ironic to see that in order to improve and progress we have to take a step back and regress, back to our childhood.