"Your review of the work should be goal-driven. And prioritized. The client had major goals with this project. They’ll be anxious to see how those goals are addressed. Go there first, and do it in a way that maps to their goal and not to your manifestation of the goal. For example:
'Here’s a Twitter button!' is bad.
'As you can see, we’ve addressed your social media concerns!' is better.
'We’ve placed social media sharing tools in places along- side the article where testing shows the reader is most likely to interact with them, and designed that space so that it’s flex- ible enough to add and subtract services as they rise and fall from prominence,' is the best of all.
Remember that every feature is there for a reason. Lead with the reason. And if you don’t have a good reason why it’s there, that’s probably a sign it’s not needed."
– Mike Monteiro "Design is a Job", 70