Seeing what’s missing

“[A need] is a perceived lack, something that is missing. Needfinding is thus a paradoxical activity—what is sought is a circumstance where something is missing. In order to find and articulate a need, this missing thing must be seen and recognized by someone.”

-Rolf Faste (via The Essence of Software p. 249)

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