It was very interesting to see how people think different from me and to find my mistakes, which I’ve realized but other people could immediately notice. Five keyforms were reviewed. I changed mistakes that I made (but reviewers thought I did intentionally). For instance, one key was facing a different direction among others (harmony) and keys were not aligned (rhythm). One of the keyforms (scale) was interpreted differently. I tried to show scale, but the reviewers thought the illustration shows more like “dimension” or “perspective,” so I change the title for this, and made an illustration for scale again. In addition, one of the interesting things was for “movement.” I put two different key sets facing different directions. The reviewers noticed that the keys were facing different directions: going up and down. But the reviewers saw the direction differently, which I still don’t see the illustration that way. This can be one of the reasons that the designer needs to communicate with clients or stakeholders in order to avoid misinterpretation.