The principle of Function Follows Form is one of the two main principles that the entire premise of Systematic Inventive Thinking is based on. The key to this principle is that it is easier for us to imagine a function for a product once we can imagine its form. Once we see something, we can imagine what function it will serve. This lesson will explore this principle in depth. You'll learn:
• Why mistakes can lead to innovation • The discovery of Function Follows Form • What situations best fit using Function Follows Form
Last lesson we learned about the Subtraction template. Can you recall how many steps it has?