Why the Comment Section on Dribbble Sucks

5 years ago from Jonas Goth, Creative at Noak

  • Chad Behnke, 5 years ago

    One thing you could maybe experiment with to illicit conversation and critique is to have the uploader provide both the image and like a "focus" for the critique - and both are required. "How does this color scheme make you feel?" "Does this interaction make sense?" "What do see in this logo?"Stuff like that.

    The downside of this is that you might lose some valuable feedback on some other part of the design that may need to be addressed, but it would give potential commenters a "jumping off" point and would break the ice, encouraging comments about improvement and removing the social barrier of not wanting to be negative toward the piece.

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    • Arix KingArix King, almost 5 years ago

      I think that's a great idea, Chad. I was already planning on having project breakdowns like target market, purpose & goals, etc. but I think the icebreaker could be useful.

      What if the comments had an empty state that prompted different questions for each user to target so that the feed back was more well rounded?

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