“Oops, I forgot to mention this place is cash-only.” “Wait, why did you build it this way?” “(Mouth full) are there waw-nuts in deez brown-eez? Nuts give mee hiiives.”
First, if no one has told you yet, chewing with your mouth open, nut allergy or not, should be avoided in all polite situations.
Second, while it may have been helpful when you were initially exploring solutions, well-intentioned feedback coming in hours before you complete a project can feel like you’re being set up for failure.
Rest assured, no one is trying to sabotage your work (just like no one wants to see half-chewed food in your mouth). Discovering, diving into and giving feedback on work-in-progress is challenging for stakeholders. But we’ve found that open-by-default systems and sharing work early for feedback goes a long way.