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Paper prototypes: The fastest way to test your ideas

Paper prototypes: The fastest way to test your ideas: Design Thinking: Implementing the Process
Paper prototypes: The fastest way to test your ideas: Design Thinking: Implementing the Process

Moving from a design idea straight into code can be costly. How do you know you're building the right product? How do you know if it will work well for your target audience? If you're wrong, it will mean a whole lot of wasted time and code rework. It's much cheaper to build a paper prototype using sticky notes, paper, and glue. This proof of concept paper interface will let you test your ideas before you start programming.

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