The original version typically created during the design process by the design team is Prototype. The aim is to test the flow and gather feedback before building the final product. The prototype keeps on changing based on user’s feedback repeatedly by the Team.
Prototypes are generally of three kinds:
- Low Fidelity prototypes: it is to evolve a design idea into a physical representation of a software product in a simple and quick way. The goal is to outline the flow of the product and to test the usefulness and usability of its functionality. Low fidelity prototypes include sketches, paper prototypes, and click-through prototypes.
- Medium fidelity prototypes: The mixture of basic text and a few UI elements. When the key elements are in place, but the validation is required to get a better understanding of the user needs.
- High fidelity prototypes: when the idea, UI, and workflow is finalized, it’s used to validate the prototype. You can identify most of the usability issues of the finished design stage, and you can gather the feedback on text fields, labels, content, colors, and the general usability of the product.
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