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Good vs. bad examples of design feedback
Trust the Designer
Bad example: Can you add a shadow to that box, make this green & also add a line?
Good example: Right now, I'm having a hard time focusing on this section, can we emphasise it more?
Bad example: This is not what I wanted, I hate it!
Good example: I'm not sure the photos you're using in that hero are going to work. We need something to appeal to a younger audience.
Make it about your audience, not yourself
Bad example: Blue is my least favourite color. Let's remove it completely from the design.
Good example: Our company operates in the medical sector. Using a blue color will make them feel in good hands & safe.
Bad example: Do you think that the box would look better with an icon in it?
Good example: I'm attaching a link to an ad which I really like. They use icons in a really interesting way.
Consolidate your feedback
Bad example: This design is pretty awful.
Good example: Thank you for all the hard work you're doing. We really like this version, but would like to see something different.
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