Share the ideas you have with the team about the research that you have already done. This will allow the team an opportunity to ask questions, make suggestions and also offer to help out. You can do this in many ways:
Quick and easy, step by step overview using a diagram on Figma.
A more roadmap style showing what you’ve done and what you’ll be doing in the future.
Share a brief outline of the user persona you are building for at this stage. This is contextual and depends on who you are sharing the research with.
There are various options with presenting the users voices to the team:
User comments and ask “How can we?” (see below)
User comments and insights
Grab a screenshot of the screen by taking a screenshot or from the Figma file
Showcase a maximum of 5 user comments per screen state
Use an arrow or circle with numbers to indicate that you are specifically referring to a button of a part of the design
You are simply sharing the voice of the users, their pain points, their struggles with the interface. Oftentimes this can be a very educational and enjoyable process for the whole team. The user comments can be shared using; Figma, Penpot, images, slides.
It also helps to be specific on which part of the user flow that is being presented. For example; let’s say we did research on the entire user flow of a lightning wallet. Presenting a snippet of just the user comments from the onboarding section could help with bucketing the solution process to being specific to that part of the interface.