How do you explain technical information to non-technical audiences?

Hiring managers ask this question to determine how well you can communicate the more technical aspects of your work in terms everyone can understand. Software engineers often collaborate with colleagues from non-technical areas, such as marketing or finance teams. In your response, discuss how you communicate with colleagues and stakeholders about technical specifications.

Example: "If I work with someone without a technical background, I do my best to simplify my language and reduce my communications to only what they need to know to understand my update or question. For example, if I was describing a complicated coding process to a client, I might just describe the end-user changes and experience. This way, the information is more relatable