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Axure RP 6 Prototyping Essentials by Ezra Schwartz

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Chapter 7. Managing Prototype Change

Most UX projects are subject to two major drivers of change which often place the design effort at some risk, due to conflicting objectives. On one hand, good UX places a premium on as many iteration cycles of design, review, user validation and revision as possible, which are likely to yield successful results. The process is inherently slow, can be costly, and involves constant change to the prototype. On the other hand, there are business realities of ambitious plans coupled with aggressive schedules and limited budgets. The mix often inflicts on the project shifting priorities and scope—another source of constant change, but one that is typically not aligned, and often contrasts with, changes called for ...

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