Feedback Frames were invented by Jason Diceman, a professional meeting facilitator, public participation expert, and goofy dad of three.

You can find Jason Diceman on twitter as @IdeaRatingGuy and on LinkedIn 

In 2004, Jason invented a precursor to Feedback Frames called  idea rating sheets (originally called “Dotmocracy Sheets”). These simple paper based tools make it easy to find agreements among large numbers of people, both within and outside of meetings. Idea rating sheets have been used by 500+ meeting facilitators in over 33 countries, in 15+ different languages.

In 2014 he came up with Feedback Frames: follow the story of Feedback Frames on our blog.

Thanks for being a part of the journey!