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Many problems are invisible, it is by seeing those that one can unlock new opportunities

Many problems are invisible, it is by seeing those that one can unlock new opportunities Many problems are invisible, it is by seeing those that one can unlock new opportunities
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It's seeing the invisible problem, not just the obvious problem, that's important, not just for product design, but for everything we do. You see, there are invisible problems all around us, ones we can solve. But first we need to see them, to feel them.

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