The Golden Rules of Prototyping
Published on Wed, December 07 by
Jack Shepherd

Prototyping is an essential step in nearly all software builds. It involves making an early version (or "mockup") of a product before it is ready to use. Prototypes are essential, because they help you put something visual in front of users without having to spend time and money fully developing the product. But used the wrong way, prototypes can be very misleading.

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