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If you are working in a startup, where do you go to get feedback? If you are working in a large company, where do you go to get feedback?

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  • SE isn't really the forum for these kinds of suggestions. Try jumping into the UX Slack community. – plainclothes Apr 28 '17 at 23:46
  • It is generally the User Testing which decides but it also depends on what stage the current process is. – uttham Apr 29 '17 at 14:40
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Ideally you should have access to users or at least pseduo-users (sales people, support staff, product owners, etc.) for feedback. Depending on how much specific domain knowledge your users need to have, you can use services like https://usabilityhub.com/preference-test or https://validately.com/ to gather feedback.

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