Do you establish this at the outset, or is it something you discover in the process of making the thing? Can the intended audience change over the lifespan of making a thing, and if so, how do you adjust to that? Can thinking about serving a specific audience serve as a useful design constraint, or is it a fast track to paralyzing your creativity?
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