The Heise Method is a method invented by Ryan Heise for solving the Rubik's Cube. It consists of 4 steps: building 4 squares, aligning the squares and orienting the edges, solving 5 edges and 2 corners, and solving the remaining corners. This method uses no algorithms and uses extremely few moves.

The SquaresEdit

One square is an inner square and the rest are outer squares. They all have a common color.