Where do you go when you need a critique? Whether you want feedback on your photography, a school report or any project you’re working on, a good critique can help you reach success.
Let’s take a closer look at critiques in today’s ^IfMine Mashup.
How to Ask Someone to Critique Your Work: A photo critique is a detailed look at a photo or a group of photos. The person critiquing should point out what they like and don’t like about the work, and offer suggestions for improvement. Read more at Tocofi.
Also see: Where to Share Your Ideas
How Can I Learn to Take Criticism Without Taking It Personally?: Look at criticism as a chance to grow and get better—or even to surpass the person delivering the critique. It’s easier said than done, but knowing your strengths and being ready to hear and accept your weaknesses is the most powerful thing you can do. Read more at Lifehacker.
How to Self-Critique Your Design Projects: Self-critique is checking on your own design, searching for flaws and other points to improve. Wikipedia defines it as “auto-critique that refers to the pointing out of things critical/important to one’s own beliefs, thoughts, actions, behaviour or results; it can form part of private, personal reflection or a group discussion”. Read more at Naldz Graphics.
Also see: 5 Simple Ways to Help People Succeed
Avoid Problem Solving For Better Critiques: Good critique comes from mutual understanding. The primary goal of any critique should be improved understanding, specifically the improved understanding of the creators on how the design choices they’ve made so far are working to achieve or not achieve their goals. Read more at Discussing Design.
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