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Avoiding Self-Deprecation in Design Critiques

Undervaluing your work will hurt more than it will shield you

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Presenting your design work is an opportunity to share and convince an audience of the rigor of your thinking and the application of your ideas. Whether it’s informal, with team members gathered around your desk, or formal, with company executives around a polished conference table, a…




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