It's important to set the stage for your reviewers, so they can better understand and evaluate your work.
One effective way to do this is by taking a few moments to set the scene before you start sharing your prototype.
Help others get into the mindset of the end user.
Before you start sharing your prototype, take a moment to help your reviewers understand the context in which the design will be used. What are the needs and goals of the end user? How will they interact with the design? By providing this context, you'll give your reviewers a better sense of the user experience, which will inform their feedback.
Explain the goals of the design.
In addition to setting the scene for the end user, it's also helpful to explain the goals of your design. What are you trying to accomplish with this design? What problems are you trying to solve? By sharing your goals, you'll give your reviewers a clear understanding of the purpose behind your work.
Share any relevant background information.
If there is background information that would be helpful for your reviewers to know, don't be afraid to share it. This might include details about the project or industry, user research, or any other information that will help them understand the context of your design.
By setting the scene before you start sharing your prototype, you'll give your reviewers the context they need to provide informed and constructive feedback. With a clear understanding of the end user, the goals of the design, and any relevant background information, your reviewers will be better equipped to evaluate your work and offer valuable insights.