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What’s the best way to present work during a design critique?

Tara Mann

Designer at Basecamp

The most helpful critiques I've been in start with the designer specifying what they want feedback on. If you know you don't have the visual design in a great place, but you want feedback on a specific interaction or flow, make sure you mention that. The actual fidelity of what you present depends on what you are sharing. If you want feedback on a layout or visuals, showing high fidelity mockups is helpful. If you want critique on an interaction, showing a prototype is best.

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