Poor implementations

What is a great design worth if the implementation is poor? Next to nothing…

Poor implementation

This picture, from Seth’s Blog: Classic illustrates a common problem. I’m pretty sure no one draw that curved line in the blueprint. But it did come out that way.

So, next time you’re reading a great proposal, design or whatever, remember to really know who’s going to execute it and how it is going to be controlled.


One Response to Poor implementations

  1. dnclips says:

    Seth comes up with such master pieces very often.

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