Why it’s useful.
Prototypes are useful for quickly testing a design, illustrating ideas or features, and gathering early feedback.
The basic principle of prototyping is ‘make to learn’. Prototyping helps you move beyond talking and thinking towards action. The prototype is not the solution itself. It represents ideas, before artefacts are created and implemented.
Prototypes enable you to build in a fast, cheap way and test with users — inviting real input from colleagues, users and your own reflection.
Prototyping is iterative — you won’t get it right first time because that isn’t the point. A good prototype invites improvement.
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