Feedback is essential to any project that has stakeholders. Feedback communicates desires, requirements, ideas, emotions, and a whole load of other useful insight that will help your web project achieve its goals. There are multiple ways to gather feedback, and one of the best tools to equip yourself with is fairly standard: a good question.
Good questions, by my definition and as it relates to a web project, have three common aspects. First, a good question is open and does not lead the respondent into an answer. Second, good questions are revealing – they unravel information that otherwise would never have been known to you. And finally, a good question is conducive to active listening. In other words, the question you ask contains the right amount and mixture of substance to enable you to ask further questions and to relate back to the one answering, thus engaging you in the process and showing the respondent that you’re listening.
Here’s a sampling of five simple questions that you should have prepared at all times during a project.Keep Reading