Module 3: Prototyping, Testing & Experimentation
I Like, I Wish, What If
This feedback method works best in a team setting. This format is a facilitated collective feedback activity where team members engage in a collaborative exercise to provide and receive both positive and constructive feedback. Feedback is classified into three main categories: I like, I wish, What if.
I like - strengths and positive aspects of the work
I wish - aspects that could be improved or done differently
What if - constructive suggestions on how to proceed and follow up with a solution
In this format, members can constructively provide conciseand direct feedback, allowing you to improve your concept or performance directly. The method can be applied in prototyping and is also useful to give feedback after a workshop or directly to your teammates and their performance.
- Encourages constructive and open feedback
- Improves team communication
- Reduces confusion regarding expectations
- Improves performances overtime
paper, post-its, markers