I often see designers presenting high fidelity mockups in design critiques. The problem with this approach is people tend to get caught up in the details. Details like colour, copy, and spacing are obvious and easy to point out.
Design for the feedback you want
Denise Spiessens

I’m starting to feel like this — the “people get stuck on colours, so only present black and white wireframes” is kind of a design myth. I just don’t find it to be true at all.

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