Design for the feedback you wantblog.prototypr.io/design-for-the-feedback-you-want-1a65d58ff74f
Details like colour, copy, and spacing are obvious and easy to point out. If that’s what you want to discuss, then high fidelity mockups work well. But if you’re looking for feedback on the less obvious parts of your design (e.g., how it functions or how a user interacts with it) it might get overlooked.
To-Do Lists Are Discouraging. This Productivity Trick Is a Lot More Fun.slate.com/articles/business/the_ladder/2016/05/the_done_list_is_a_productivity_hack_that_s_the_opposite_of_a_to_do_list.html
And though my system might seem excessively self-congratulatory, I encourage you to consider adapting it to your own work. It has been an invaluable tool for setting goals, improving my productivity, and getting a handle on my impostor syndrome.