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Logical Fallacies In Design Critiques

Published on | Prototyping: From UX to Front End — Medium Rob Sutcliffe A design critique is a session to evaluate a set of design solutions. A logical fallacy is a violation of logical reasoning. Journalists, politicians and lawyers are trained to identify and avoid logical fallacies. Designers, traditionally, are not! Designers have to continuously shift mental gear as they move through a design process. Periods of idea generation require creative or ‘divergent’ thinking. And periods of testing or evaluation require more logical or ‘convergent’ thinking. Excelling in both these modes

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