A designer can use the Landscaping bubble diagram to work with general areas and shapes. Make use of the extra blank copies from the site analysis to sketch out various layouts and ideas. It is acceptable at this point to be unaware of specifics and details. Bubbles define spaces. They provide a quick glimpse of how a proposed layout appears and feels. It is not uncommon to create many bubble diagrams to find the best fit. Once a good general concept has been achieved, the Landscaping bubble diagram will be refined further in the following steps. Spaces and locations will be fine-tuned, and features may be added or removed.