One of the most common factors considered when someone applies for a job entails the design process one uses on their projects. It’s sought in portfolios and discussed during the interview. Many companies even use experience with design processes as a differentiator, basing hiring decisions upon the breadth and types used. In truth, however, many such queries are worth as much as asking someone about the air they breathe. During this talk, Darren will analyze several design processes to reveal what’s really under the hood, challenging us to rethink the values placed upon these methods.