Requesting Feedback3:16 with Hope Armstrong
Learn how to effectively ask for feedback using a structured approach that helps guide constructive criticism of your work.
Here are the elements you should communicate when asking for feedback:
- Project state
- Constraints (technical, time, financial)
- Explanation of what you did and why you did it. For example, "The goal is to do [ BLANK ], so I made [ this decision ]"
- Type of critique sought
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