Using Critiques To Improve Learning Experience Design

Many creative fields use critiques to improve the design concepts, mental models and their implementation. The input from others can bring new perspectives and insight to a draft or beta version of any work. Critiques are collaborative ventures that can help designers formulate or refine their ideas.

It’s difficult to work in a vacuum and critiques are increasingly a part of learning experience design. If you’d like to start using design critiques or you want to improve the current approach you and colleagues are taking, then you’ll find these articles helpful.

Critiques involve calling together a group of people to assess an approach while it is still a sketch, wireframe or prototype. It is not an opportunity to vent or criticize. Here is a curated list of lessons on how you can start doing critiques for learning experience design. Read the lessons and check the resources below.

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