What is it?

It’s a visual model that represents a possible solution to the design challenge.

Why do it?

Create prototypes to rapidly and cheaply explore design ideas and solutions, to facilitate feedback from customers, team members, and stakeholders.

When to do it?

Do it continuously, throughout the product development life cycle.

How to do it?

There are a few different flavours of prototyping to consider:

Paper prototyping: Use paper, pens, and sticky notes to rapidly sketch the user interface. Great for initial concepts and designing templates.

Low-fidelity prototyping: Use a low-fidelity prototyping tool such as Balsamiq or ...

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