Unicist Functionalist Designers

Using Unicist AI and Binary Actions to Ensure Results

Simplifying the Design of Adaptive Business Processes

The Unicist Functionalist Designers were developed to enhance the functionality of business processes. The Unicist Functionalist Designers are participative processes to develop designs in adaptive environments. They are based on the unicist functionalist principles that allow managing the functionality and operation of adaptive systems.

Roles in Functionalist Design Groups

The participative process includes three roles to simplify and accelerate the design processes:

1) A coordinator to organize the development of the design processes.

2) An ombudsperson who is responsible for ensuring the benefits for customers and users.

3) A fallacy-shooter who is responsible for ensuring the testing processes.

The Functionalist Design Process

The input to any functionalist design is the functionalist principle of the entity that is being designed and the output is the definition of the operational design that includes the definition of the necessary binary actions.

The functionalist design process begins with the existence of a solution that needs to be built and ends with the installation of the solution. The steps of the process are the following:

Stage 1)
The Conceptual Design includes:

1) Research of the Functionality of the object or process that is being designed. This research might be substituted for the use of available functional knowledge.

2) Description of the Functional Solution. It includes the description of the functional synchronicity of the processes and objects included.

3) Definition of the Binary Actions. These actions drive the solution and include the use of objects and catalysts to ensure results.

4) Conceptual Design of the Solution. It includes the definition of the results that need to be achieved by the different structural components of the object or process.

Stage 2)
The Operational Design includes:

a) Creation of the Prototype. It is based on developing creative alternatives that fulfill the needs of the functional structure and are customer oriented in terms of value generation, costs and quality.

b) Test and Recycle the Prototype. Both the operation and the functionality of the solutions are tested and the prototype is recreated as many times as needed.

c) Development of the Final Solution and Destructive Tests. Based on the final prototype, a solution is developed. The destructive tests consist in extending the use of the solution to adjacent application fields until the functionality is no longer reliable. They establish the scope of application of the solution.

Functionalist Design in Design Thinking Groups

Unicist Functionalist Design can be installed in design thinking groups to develop the conceptual design of adaptive systems where the knowledge of the functional structure of the object or process is required. This complementation allows developing business cobots in design thinking groups using unicist AI or unicist logical rules.

Unicist Functionalist Designers:

Strategy Designers

Business Diagnostic System

Business Strategy

Future Scenario

IT Designers

IT Systems & Apps Builder

Business Cobots Builder

Intelligent System Designer

IT Maintenance Cobots Builder

Organizational Desingers

Business Process

Client Centered Process

Project Designer

Knowledge Management

Marketing Designers

First Choice Marketing

B2B Bestseller

Products / Services


Virtual B2B Marketing

Marketing Rules

Virtual B2B Selling

B2C Marketing

B2C E-commerce

Healthcare Designers

Cobot Building

Patient Centered Process

Business Process

Universal Designers

Binary Actions

Business Objects

Decision Rule Builder