Design is what it does and what it does is solve problems.
Words and the way we use them cheapen our understanding of design. We screw it up in both directions; sometimes we add modifiers to break the granite of design down into so many pebbles, while other times it floats away from us after we over-inflate it as Design with a capital D.
Paul Newman as Butch Cassidy and Robert Redford as the Sundance Kid are stuck at the top of a high clump of rocks. The summit was too steep for their horses, so now it’s just the two of them. They’ve spent days running from a posse and now they either have to turn back and face the lawmen or jump from their perch into the twisting, violent rapids far, far below.
This is how you should move: Take an empty box and only put in it what you want in your new home.
But this is probably what you actually do: You load everything you’ve got into boxes, you haul all the boxes to your new empty home and then you ask “where can I put all this stuff?”