For the critique my group and I got to work with a professional graphic designer that got to take a look at our products. During the critique some of the things that we wanted critique on was our tshirt design, we had some questions on whether it was appealing to the eye, or if you could even tell what our topic was from our design. Immediately we got some warm feedback from David, the graphic designer. He told us that he really liked the style of it looking like it has hand drawn and that he also liked the detailing of it. Some of the cool feedback that he gave us was that maybe to try and make our topic more noticeable we could try adding a broccoli to the brain or add some utensils to the sides of the plate. He also went to tell us a bit of some of the things that he get to experience at his work, like how depending on the company that they are designing a logo for they have to alway keep in mind the types of fonts that go with the company. He also told us about how you always what to make the logo simple enough that the audience gets it but also that they remember it. This really helped me because having a professional give me some warm feedback really helped me find the courage that I needed to know that the design is good and that I can do this. One comment that David had made, about how if a commercial was bad the customer would remember and avoid that product, made me realize how much work and thought goes into such a simple thing like a commercial. And I wondered if there was different planning for teen commercial and adult commercials?