Feedback and critiques are integral part of a design process. There are two types of feedback that can have impact on your design.
Constructive feedback will clarify how to move the design forward. It can uncover clues to answering open questions, gather positive sentiment adding momentum to the design, identify new blockers critical to the idea’s success, and more.
Destructive feedback will cloud how to move the design forward. It can mislead the design by asking tangential but independent questions, make an unproductive use of people’s time by derailing discussions, make it difficult to tease out what matters by adding noise, and more.
This template was created to help maximize constructive feedback and minimize destructive feedback. Read more here.