Balancing Fidelity in Prototyping

Jared Spool

September 22nd, 2005

Henrik Olsen has another brilliant article on how to decide what fidelity your next prototype requires.

The most important quality of prototypes is that they should be easy to work with. In order to function as an effective tool in an iterative design process, they have to be quick to produce and make changes to. It’s a pity if a too resource-demanding approach to prototyping is the reason why the final product is badly designed.

Prototyping is an essential skill. At UI10, both Marc Rettig and Christine Perfetti are discussing prototyping techniques.

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