On the Canonical design team blog, John Lea gives an overview of the Unity design process
and describes various ways that users can help out. "Once the problem that we are trying to solve is clearly defined, the next step is to assemble the previous thinking that has gone into the problem area. Understanding what has gone before and the current state of the art is the starting point from which new connections can be made, concepts built upon and extended, and new ideas created. Mailing lists, bug reports, and forums are scoured for pertinent information and products relevant to the problem space are examined. In addition to the collation of previous thinking, fresh research can also be conducted to generate new insights. This solid understanding of the existing problem space is a elemental ingredient of the design process.
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