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  1. One of my favourite ways to give feedback is to ask three questions first – always at least three. Stopping to think of questions gives you a few moments of reflection. Often, just by asking the questions will also trigger the person asking for the feedback to follow your train of thought. It also prevents the feedback from being too hostile or opinionated, as it’s just a question.

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  2. My favorite way to ask for feedback is to just send the resource without explicitly asking for feedback. When working on my latest project (shameless plug: take a look at it: https://icoradar.io/), I noticed people tend to respond truthfully when there’s no pressure on them so “say the right thing”.

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  3. Obviously feedback helps to gain other people insight inorder to create better user experience . Feedback is one of the most important component of any great design. The more the feedback the better the output.

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  4. I Personally handover a Form to all my clients to perform a Checklist work, Where they fill the info and we get it dropped in the dropbox and check it after a Week.

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