My favorite way to gather feedback is through presentation and Q&A with
a paired designer taking notes. Or doing this 1-on-1 where possible
where me and the other user scribble on print-outs or use Adobe
commenting if we are looking onscreen.
The latter is good b/c the comments act as a means of clarifying, making
sure you understand their comments in the right context.
I'll stop there and let others chime in.
Christian Sosa-Lanz wrote:
> [Please voluntarily trim replies to include only relevant quoted material.] > > I'm looking various ways by which other interaction designers gather > feedback from stakeholders during the design and development process. > What I'm looking for are some effective ways by which feedback can be > elicited and managed internally and externally. At the end of the day > is red pen on print outs the best solution or do software based > solutions like Acrobat's feedback tools work better in the long run? > I haven't seen many other options out there for my stakeholders to > associate comments directly to parts of of the page, any suggestions? > --