Chapter 7: Building HTML Prototypes

When we say HTML prototypes, we mean a website comprising HTML markup, CSS for presentation, and JavaScript for additional interactivity. It may be a simple HTML website, or a website that runs on a framework or content management system (CMS).

This chapter is not a detailed step-by-step guide; nor will it teach you how to use HTML, CSS, JavaScript, or frameworks. It aims to help you understand all the options for creating HTML prototypes and their benefits. You'll find out what's needed to get started, and gain some guidance on how to approach creating an HTML prototype. We'll also include some real-life prototyping case studies from some of the projects we've worked on at fffunction.

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