The value of Stack Exchange is in the experts who take their time to answer your questions. We don't want to waste their time, because if you do that too often, they get annoyed and leave. And then we have nothing and people starting complaining about how this is why we can't have nice things.
What you're asking for is tedious on a Q&A platform: allow people who have done very little research and aren't even sure about what they want to ask questions of experts with the expectation that said experts will stick around and tease out all the details about what the user wants to do so they can then explain it in high-level (followed by low-level) terms.
To me, that sounds like a great way to drive away experts, not attract them.
Stack Exchange simply can't be everything to everyone, and what you're looking for is a mentor or a consultant, not a Q&A site. I'm sure there are plenty of sites and services out there (if you're in school, speak with your careers or guidance counselor) that can provide that level of in-depth service to you and others.