We create Prototypes to simulate and test how your final product or service will interact with your users.

How does it help

Thanks to Prototyping, we can try out different solutions, test and validate our ideas. It means that we can make sure that the functionality is working the way we intended before the implementation of the final version.

What will you get

You will get a cost-efficient tool: Prototyping is a lot cheaper than testing the final product, and making modifications after the development phase. We will provide you the Prototypes, so you will see how your product evolves.

While there are many forms of a Prototype (the detail-level can vary from low to high fidelity), (it can be created on paper by Sketching or using a digital tool), it is important to note, that the main goal is to answer these question: How will your user interact with this system? So it is not about the structure, or what information is presented and where (it is the Wireframes' job), it is all about how it is going to be used.

We use Prototypes during Usability Testing, so we can easily iterate based on the test results.

What is the process

The process depends on the medium we use (paper or digital), on the detail level, and also on the scope (for example our goal is to test the main navigation in the beginning of the UX design process, or we want to get an overall feedback at the end of the process). These steps are always included:

  • Understanding your and your users' goals
  • Using the outputs of Sketching and Wireframing
  • Creating the Prototype
  • Conducting tests (the type depends on the scope)
  • Iterating based on the feedback
  • Testing again