As UX designers in the software enterprise, we review our design work a lot. Design reviews and feedback at every stage of the design process is both helpful and crucial for a successful product. One of the most important times to review your design, however, is right before a product release. This is the stage of the design when it’s complete and has been coded into a live product prototype. The timing of the design review is important but also developing a formal and standardized process at this final review is another key component so that this review process can be used over and over again for every product design. Design teams often overlook a final design review when they’re busy working hard to meet the release deadline. Businesses as a whole often think that they don’t have the time or money for this last step, but a final design review before a product release can make a huge difference for your product and more importantly your end users.