As a designer you’ll need to ask for feedback on your work at some point. That could be a client who you’re hoping to approve the logo you’ve designed for them, or you could simply be asking a friend, colleague or a community of designers for their thoughts on your work.
But how can you avoid getting subjective, unhelpful feedback? In this weeks episode, Ian Paget shares his advice for presenting your work, and asking for feedback in order to get clear, focussed, objective feedback that will improve your design work.
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