The simplest things we do and all everyday items we use are made as they are by design. We all contribute – sometimes unconsciously – to the outcome which is designed. Hands up, if you have thought about decorating your home or if you have done it to some point? Yes, at least some of you have done it. Therefore, you have designed the interior look and function based on your personal preferences. We all understand (well, more or less we do) stated objects differently, especially, if we need to interpret them based on a drawing. This was freedom of interpretation and freedom to do your own version. But when going deeper into the design process, there is usually a problem triggering or we are simply facing nonexistence. This was the situation we met in our Design Thinking course.