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Meeting template: Gather constructive feedback on your design
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This is an interactive doc, designed to help you structure and streamline feedback for your design. It is built based on a combination of pre-built templates and other building blocks in Coda.
1. Pre-reading
Suggestion
Send out pre-reading material as early as possible, so people have enough time to digest.
Please review the following before the critique, and click I've finished reading button when you are done.
I've finished reading
Who's finished reading
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Material - Design mocks, Related reading
Suggestion
Place any material you want participants to read before giving feedback or joining the design critique. This can include link to your designs, doc explaining your idea, image, and so forth.
I would like to get feedback on...
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design_mockup.png
Design mockup
Details
See image
Prior art
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Non-goals
Suggestion
List up areas that you do not want to include in the feedback scope. This can help set more focus.
The following are not the focus of the current design
Open questions
Suggestion
List up open questions the core working group or yourself is working through.
2. Add your sentiment
Suggestion
Uncheck the box to only show your own sentiments while writing.
When your team is ready to discuss, check the box to show everyone's.
How do you feel about the design? Add your sentiment below.
Add Your Sentiment
Check to show everyone's sentiment (
3
submitted with average sentiment of
2.67
)
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Sentiment
Reflection
Submitted by
1
I am happy
2
I am sad
3
I feel meh
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3. What questions do you have?
Suggestion
Collect questions and review together from the most upvoted.
Add your questions below or upvote the ones you want answered.
The question author and up-voters columns are hidden by default to avoid voter bias.
Add your question
Show and sort by votes
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Question
Discussion / Answer
Vote
Votes Up
1
👍
2
👍
3
👍
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