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Do you have a mobile app idea and you wonder how you can easily check its relevance? Well, prototyping is that crucial part of the design process that helps to easily validate app ideas. Design specialists create prototypes to check if the initial screens of the product are in line with a client’s vision. Before the app solution is delivered, an input is gleaned from clients to make sure their needs and expectations have been included into the prototype. Prototyping can be called an “insurance policy.” It helps to save your time and minimize costs while keeping you and a designer on the same wavelength regarding your app idea design. So, if you’d like to know how to get an idea made into a prototype and why it’s so important, read a full blog post. In the process, you will also learn about the differences between a low- and high-fidelity prototyping and how they help to turn an app idea into a final design.
By definition, a prototype is the replica of a product as it will be manufactured, which may include such details as color, graphics, packaging, and instructions. Among many advantages, a prototype enables you to test and refine the functionality of your design, makes it possible to test the performance of various materials, helps you to describe your product more effectively with your team, and encourages others to take you more seriously.