Do you have one of those memories early on in your design career that makes you cringe? Like, full on Britney?
Of course you do! We all do! (PS: please share yours in the comments and help everyone feel better!)
Today I’m going to share one of the more terrible memories I have.
Even once you have identified all your stakeholders, it can be overwhelming to think about how to handle all the people that need to be consulted as part of your design process!
I am constantly finding myself worrying about all the stakeholders that can hover around a design project, even those small ones!
I find this Stakeholder Matrix super helpful:
I encourage my team to hold regular design critiques. Each designer takes a turn to present something they are working on to the rest of the team. We as a team then talk through the work – picking up on good points, things to consider and improve.
Why is this helpful?