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Prototyping Methods

A lightweight initial design of an interface or product, used to capture initial concepts and layouts to gather feedback from users, as well as project participants and stakeholders.

Prototyping can occur at a number of points in the design process, at varying levels of "fidelity" - from the simplest sketches to the most detailed renderings nearly at the level of of what a final interface would look like.


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    Sources and contributors: 
    Duane Degler
    Released: 2011-06
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