It’s important to sway conversations away from subjective language such as ‘like’, ‘love’ or ‘hate’. If someone says they ‘like’ something, press them as to why. Don’t back down. At first it may feel overly aggressive, but it sets the tone that the conversation needs to be rooted in practicalities. The way we respond to work will always be informed by our subjective feelings but in order to solve the reason why, we need to know the thoughts behind the feelings that led to the reaction.
The first thing you need to be aware of is what you are solving with your designs. What is the problem in a single sentence? How were you made aware of it? What evidence do you have it is worth solving? What is the intended value of solving this problem? How would you expect someone to react if the problem was solved? How valuable is it to solve at this time?
largest fraction of our members. However, given the enormous diversity in taste and preferences, w…he largest fraction of our members. However, given the enormous diversity in taste and preferences, wouldn’t it be better if we could find the best artwork for each of our members to highlight the aspects of a title that are specifically relevant to them?