Okay designers, we’ve all been there.
You’re sitting there in a meeting, presenting your work.
You probably opened the meeting with a summary of the project, to people sitting on their phone scrolling through Twitter, or slyly watching Slack messages pop up on their laptop.
Your shiny pixels are there for all to see, on an oversized low-resolution TV, and you get up to point at certain parts of the designs, in the hope everyone ‘gets’ it.
You’ve been speaking for 5 minutes, and there are glazed looks in the room. 5 minutes of talking, not conversation, and then you blank face everyone, awaiting feedback.
This isn’t constructive.