One could envision different strategies for designing topological superconductivity. One strategy would be to restrict the phase space in the kinetic energy by manipulating the band structure. Another strategy would be to restrict the pairing interaction. I will our proposals following each of these strategies. For the band-structure manipulation, I will discuss the prediction of p-wave superconductivity in p-doped TMD's with intermediate interaction. I will also discuss the competition for the surface state among multiple topological orders in FeSeTe. For the strategy of manipulating pairing interaction, I will discuss our proposal of using a metal-quantum paramagnet heterostructure.