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Most Design Feedback Should Be Ignored



Published on | Prototyping: From UX to Front End — Medium Rob Sutcliffe The majority of feedback you get throughout life is pretty poor. Designers often receive subjective feedback because design is perceived to be a subjective subject. Receiving quality feedback is vital to improving at anything. The underlying problem with most feedback is: people love to give feedback. It makes us feel smart when we tell someone how they should do something. The hard part is spotting the difference between someone who wants to look smart and someone who wants

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