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Here, you'll find my content that will help grow your Quality and Reliability IQ and develop Quality Thinking.

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an educational website, blog, and podcast community dedicated to sharing resources, practical advice, and problem-solving techniques for quality thinking throughout the design cycle.

"Dianna Deeney has launched a podcast that focuses on both the need and the 'how to' include quality and reliability in your design. Both entertaining and thoughtful, the shows are well done and worth subscribing." — Fred Schenkelberg at Accendo Reliability

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Learning Resources about Quality, Just for Designers

Hosted by Dianna and Deeney Enterprises, LLC, Quality During Design.com is an educational website, blog, and podcast community dedicated to sharing resources, practical advice, and problem-solving techniques for Quality thinking throughout the design cycle.

Dianna's Blog of Strategic Quality Thinking

It’s Better to Broaden Who We Think are Customers

By Dianna | 20 Apr 2018

Shifting our view to be customer-centric can improve our workplace, grow and strengthen our network, and introduce opportunities.

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Integrating Quality and Reliability Engineering Earlier in New Designs

By Dianna | 20 Mar 2018

Inviting ourselves to the conversation early can cultivate working relationships that best utilize Quality and Reliability methods.

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Use Mini-Reports to Better Communicate, Organize and Recruit

By Dianna | 26 Feb 2018

A mini-report is a simple tool that is effective at communicating technical information, becomes a resource for later for ourselves, and can be a learning and recruiting tool for future practitioners.

Want to know how I think about Quality during Design?

Read my take:

applying quality thinking during the design process to get the best designs

is like

 pruning a fruit tree as it grows to get the best fruit