• Jamie Aucoin, over 3 years ago

    It's just the wrong place to get thoughtful feedback based on the full background of a project, and TBH you should really be getting that kind of feedback elsewhere (internally, testing, etc.). If you're just looking for gut-reactions to a small part of your project, that's what you'll get.

    I've found it's a great place to get feedback on simple stuff you're developing. For me, that's illustration. I make a simple illustration, ask pointed questions (What do y'all think of X?), get semi-genuine feedback. I don't expect more or less.

    It's also a great way for me to share my side projects with my friends where they can review at their leisure, give feedback if they want to, talk to me offline about it, etc.

    Don't forget, you've got to give constructive feedback if you expect to get constructive feedback.

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