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Test your knowledge on design critique sessions

Question 1)
Fill in the blank: A critique session is a common feedback activity where designers present their work to team members. Participants can play one of three main roles: _______, presenter, or reviewer.
  • creator
  • trainer
  • facilitator
  • designer
Question 2)
What are the benefits of hosting a design critique session? Select all that apply.
  • They can help new designers identify different perspectives to consider design problems from.
  • They provide an opportunity to understand why one team member’s design style is better than another’s.
  • They are an opportunity for people to come together to exchange ideas and make a collective choice on a design direction, in person or remotely.
  • They are a great opportunity for a new designer to practice giving feedback to other team members.
Question 3)
Florence is preparing for the first design critique session for a new product with a few team members. Identify the questions that could help them prepare for questions during the presentation.
  • Are you a good designer?
  • What’s the best approach in taking advantage of the end user you’re trying to reach?
  • What problem are you trying to solve?
  • What aspects of your designs are you seeking feedback on?

Test your knowledge on implementing feedback from crit sessions

Question 1)
Why is it important to have design critique (crit) sessions?
  • So team members can define design objectives for the product
  • So team members can assign tasks for upcoming project phases
  • So team members can critique the presenter’s performance and offer feedback 
  • So team members can come together to exchange ideas and make a collective choice on a design direction
Question 2)
What is the presenter’s role in a design critique session? Select all that apply.
  • To prepare for the presentation ahead of the session
  • To challenge the reviewers’ feedback
  • To share their designs with the group
  • To process and take action on the reviewers’ feedback
Question 3)
You just completed your first design critique session. You review the notes and reflect on the feedback you received. What questions should you consider before you take any further action? Select all that apply.
  • What feedback do I want to take action on to improve my designs or the user experience?
  • Where should I focus my attention during the next phase? 
  • How can I incorporate all the reviewers’ feedback in my actions?
  • How can I synthesize the feedback from the critique session?
Question 4)
When addressing feedback from a design critique session, what kinds of requests should a designer take action on? Select all that apply.
  • Feedback on any design element’s inconsistencies
  • Feedback related to the design’s accessibility
  • Feedback on design style choices based on the reviewers’ preferences
  • Feedback on the design’s functionality

Weekly challenge 4: Participate in design critique sessions Quiz Answers

Question 1)
Identify advantages of receiving feedback. Select all that apply.
  • Focuses the designer’s perspective on the most important goal
  • Improves designs
  • Builds the designer’s confidence and skills
  • Broadens the designer’s perspective
Question 2)
Which helpful tips should you consider when giving feedback? Select all that apply.
  • Limit the feedback to address only major issues
  • Describe problems with the design, not offer solutions
  • Support the feedback with a reason
  • Adjust the feedback for each situation
Question 3)
Fill in the blank: A design critique session is a planned period of time where UX designers present their work to team members and ____.
  • listen to feedback
  • critique other designers
  • get inspiration from other designers
  • provide insight
Question 4)
After a productive design critique session, Reina is ready to take the next steps and integrate feedback into her design. First, Reina starts implementing feedback that stuck out to her during the session first. Some of the feedback required her to consult a specialist. Reina opted not to implement feedback that didn’t align with the design plans. Afterward, she began implementing the feedback into the design. Which action did she forget to take?
  • Consult colleagues on design choices
  • Create a spreadsheet that identities high-priority issues with the design
  • Identify options for new designs
  • Review and synthesize feedback
Question 5)
What are some advantages of receiving feedback as a UX designer? Select all that apply.
  • Improves the design
  • Matches the designer’s personal bias 
  • Broadens the designer’s perspective 
  • Builds confidence and skills
Question 6)
When synthesizing feedback from a design critique session, what are some things a designer should do?
  • The designer should always make the decision alone on whether or not to implement a piece of feedback.
  • The designer should start by identifying themes in the feedback from multiple reviewers.
  • The designer should let that reviewer know that their suggestion was unnecessary when their feedback is not applied as an action item. 
  • The designer should make sure that every piece of feedback is somehow implemented into the designs.
Question 7)
Tim has synthesized notes from a design critique session and wants to prioritize possible actions from the feedback received. What type of feedback should be addressed first?
  • Feedback related to the team member’s suggested solutions
  • Feedback related to the stakeholders’ expectations for the design
  • Feedback related to the design’s function affecting the user’s overall experience 
  • Feedback related to Tim’s choice of stylistic options
Question 8)
The newest member of a design team emails another designer to review the mockups they drafted. How should the more senior designer reply?
  • They should reply with a list of all the design elements that are wrong and detail exactly how to fix them. 
  • They should recognize what the new team member did well, list a couple of potential issues, and offer to meet in person to discuss them further. 
  • They should forward the email to the Lead UX designer without a reply because they’re short on time.
  • In order to spare the new team member’s feelings, ignore any problems, and say that everything looks perfect. 
Question 9)
Fill in the blank: When reflecting on how much feedback to give and receive, it is helpful for designers to understand that _____.
  • they don’t have to ask for feedback all the time
  • they don’t have to always follow all the feedback or advice
  • they don’t need a lot of feedback
  • they don’t have to give a lot of feedback
Question 10)
A design team plans a critique session for their latest prototype. They ask one of the members to be prepared to share the design and remain actively engaged in the session to ensure that the feedback is clearly understood. What role is this an example of?
  • Reviewer
  • Notetaker
  • Presenter
  • Facilitator
Question 11)
If you are presenting in a design critique session, what are some of your responsibilities? Select all that apply. 
  • Make sure to defend your design choices against any critiques
  • Listen carefully to the feedback from your reviewers
  • Prepare a brief presentation 
  • Be ready to take action on the feedback after the session
Question 12)
Why is feedback so important in the design process? Select all that apply.
  • To help designers come up with new questions or ideas
  • To examine if designers are touching base with users often enough
  • To identify a designer’s comfort level
  • To identify personal values and biases that can influence a design
Question 13)
Angel gave Mohammed feedback on their designs last week, but would like to get additional information to revise the designs. The comments only identify suggestions such as: “The shapes aren’t right” and “The colors are too vibrant.” What should Angel do to provide more effective feedback?
  • Describe problems with the design, not offer solutions
  • Simplify the feedback so it is easier to understand
  • Support the feedback with a reason
  • Adjust feedback for each situation
Question 14)
Fill in the blank: A design critique session is a planned period of time where UX designers present their work to team members and ____.
  • listen to feedback
  • provide insight
  • critique other designers
Question 15)
Harpreet presented her design during a design critique session. After synthesizing the comments, one comment stood out the most: the design needed to consider a more accessible user interface and colors. What action can Harpreet take to convert this feedback into actionable steps?
  • Consider consulting a diversity and accessibility representative at the company.
  • Discuss alternatives that work around the feedback rather than addressing it.
  • Refrain from taking action until she receives a better reason for the feedback.
  • Identify feedback that’s more important and focus on those critiques first.
Question 16)
Which of the following is an example of good feedback?
  • “I like the colors you’re using, but I think the buttons might need adjusting because they are a little hard to find in the design.”
  • “I don’t know why, but I just don’t like this color here.”
  • “I think there’s still a lot of room for improvement.”
  • “I think you should add a divider to separate these two sections, and you should put a drop shadow on this image.”
Question 17)
In a design critique session of Arnaud’s design, a reviewer who experiences color-blindness reported that it was difficult to see the button copy. What would be a good course of action for Arnaud to address this feedback?
  • Change the background color of that individual button. 
  • Find a color and text combination that passes accessibility standards and apply the changes wherever needed.
  • Go back to the reviewer to test different designs by trial and error on the spot. 
  • Stick with the original button design because the colors came from the design system.
Question 18)
How can a designer overcome reservations about giving and receiving feedback?
  • Consider feedback from only senior team members
  • Follow all feedback or advice
  • Build fewer designs
  • Practice and reflect on feedback over time
Question 19)
Fill in the blank: In a design critique session, the _____ is the person who shares their designs to the team for feedback.
  • notetaker
  • facilitator
  • presenter
  • reviewer
Question 20)
Receiving feedback from a diverse audience is one of the goals of soliciting feedback.
  • True
  • False
Question 21)
What are the advantages of hosting a design critique session? Select all that apply.
  • Design critique sessions decrease tension between colleagues
  • Design critique sessions are a great opportunity for designers to practice giving feedback to other team members
  • Design critique session increase team camaraderie
  • Design critique session are a chance for many people to come together to exchange ideas and make a collective choice on a design direction, in person or remotely
Question 22)
When giving feedback, which of the following is a best practice?
  • Keep your feedback broad
  • Deliver your feedback to an entry level team member in the same way you would to a senior employee 
  • Provide the solution you think should be applied 
  • Support your feedback with reasoning
Question 23)
After a designer has presented their designs in a design critique, what are the next steps?
  • Meet with each reviewer again to confirm their feedback. 
  • Process the feedback from reviewers and start generating action items.
  • Move on to a new project.
  • Scrap the designs and start from scratch with the feedback in mind.
Question 24)
The newest designer on a team has some feedback on a colleague’s designs. What is their best course of action?
  • Wait until there’s a company-wide meeting and make sure to bring it up then. 
  • Assume that the issues will be addressed eventually by a more senior member of the team.
  • Prepare their feedback with clear reasoning and find an appropriate time to share their thoughts.
  • Write an anonymous note about the problems, so their colleague doesn’t get offended.