CHAPTER 5 DEFINE PROTOTYPE CONTENT AND FIDELITY

PHASE 1 Plan

PHASE 2 Specification

PHASE 3 Design

PHASE 4 Result

MANAGER’S CORNER

DEFINE PROTOTYPE CONTENT AND FIDELITY

Defining prototype content and fidelity determines how much time and resources need to be spent on the prototype. A prototype with too high a fidelity wastes resources by spending time creating a level of detail that will need to be done all over again in later iterations. A prototype with too low a fidelity results in not getting enough information to validate requirements and assumptions. You select the fidelity by choosing the content and setting its fidelity. In choosing the right prototyping content and setting its fidelity correctly, it is important for a manager to consider ...

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