UI kits can help improve your design workflow in a number of different ways, but the two most common uses for UI kits are for prototyping and mobile and website design.
While a UI kit won’t make the estimation for you, using one can help you get a more realistic sense of how long a project will take. The design is already there, and what’s left for you to do is to take the elements from the UI kit, structure them according to the wireframe you created, and then customize those design elements to fit your brand.
UI kits for prototyping
UI kits are especially valuable for rapid prototyping. Rapid prototyping refers to mocking up the envisioned functions of a design and then testing viability of that vision with users, developers, stakeholders, and other designers. It’s an excellent way to spot problems and fix them while the design is still in progress, which is much simpler and less costly than correcting finalized codes.
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