Adam Connor



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“Good critique is comprised of three key elements: It identifies a specific aspect of the idea or a decision in the design being analyzed. It relates that aspect or decision to an objective or best practice. It describes how and why the aspect or decision work to support or not support the objective or best practice.”
Adam Connor, Discussing Design: Improving Communication and Collaboration through Critique

“When asking for critique, keep the following in mind: Remember the purpose. Critique is about understanding and improvement, not judgment. Listen and think before responding. Do you understand what the critics are saying and why? Return to the foundation. Use agreed-upon objectives as a tool to make sure feedback stays focused on objectives. Participate. Critique the work alongside everyone”
Adam Connor, Discussing Design: Improving Communication and Collaboration through Critique



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