June 16, 2016, posted by iq

How to Take Design Feedback

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Receiving feedback, though often necessary during the creative process, isn’t always easy. Ask any designer or copywriter about a time they received some tough love on work they were really proud of and they’ll likely cringe just thinking about it. At its core, feedback shouldn’t be viewed as negative, especially when its purpose is to make your project or design better. As this article states, it matters more how you receive and interpret feedback than how it’s delivered. Included are several tips for making feedback a positive experience during your next creative presentation.

Read the full article from Invision here

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