Ask, don’t assume - Deepstash

Ask, don’t assume

Asking good questions and actively listening to the answers to those questions are two key skills for giving great design feedback.

When giving design feedback: you’ll be tempted to comment on the current state of things, sometimes missing important information about an element’s context in the wider design.

When receiving design feedback: even if some of the questions sound too obvious — embrace them. Remember the other stakeholders are less familiar with the context, and you may have assumed things that aren’t clear to them — or your end-users.

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