Getting feedback from clients, teams, and stakeholders can be terrifying. We’ve all had our designs berated during painful meetings that result in nothing actionable or useful.
Well wipe your brow, because critiques—and the language for discussing design—are an important part of our growth as designers. After all, progress comes from understanding why something is the way it is, then examining how it meets or doesn’t meet desired goals.
Fortunately, you’ll learn how to facilitate helpful discussions and move ideas forward from one of the best teachers in the business: Adam Connor.
What You'll Learn:
- Methods for doing critique, plus how it can make us better communicators
- Tools for focusing and facilitating discussions, even with difficult people
- A sense of where critique falls in your design process
- Tips for shaping feedback into powerful design iterations