There are multiple ways of organizing and performing design reviews.
The simplest method is to just create a document which lists the activities and results of a review. This document should include as a minimum
- a signature box
- a review date field
- details about what the review is about (purpose and scope)
- review results
- a list of reviewed items
Using review labels
You can simply set the review state of an item by a review label (e.g. to a passed, failed, todo state). You can limit who can change the label and there is an option to automatically reset the label if an item is changed after a review. Once done you can create a document showing that all items have the review label(s) set.
Using (design) review labels
There are also specific design review labels, which allow you to specify a questionnaire and to request a signature in order to mark an item as reviewed. Once done you can create a document showing that all items have the review label(s) set.
Using specific design review items
You can create a specific design review category using a design review control in order to make design reviews forms which allow a number of users to review a number of items from your design input and output. Once done you can create a document including the design review item, adding signatures for the approval. See more information regarding Design Review layer in a project.
Look at the recorded webinar on Design Reviews: (direct link here)