Prototypes are essential tools to ensure efficient, cost-effective and ultimately successful EdTech products. With the correct prototype, your product team ensures efficient resource allocation, mitigates risks, meets user needs, and effectively communicates the value of a concept with stakeholders.
But in order to get the most out of your prototyping, your UX team needs to be strategic. Different prototypes make more practical sense than others, depending on which stage of the design process you’re in and the specific goals you aim to achieve.
Our Guide to Prototyping demystifies this aspect of UX design with a detailed tour through the different stages of prototyping—from initial paper sketching to functional iterating. You’ll come away understanding:
- Different prototypes and their purpose
- The stage in which they’re most effective
- The nuances to their deployment that only an expert UX design agency can provide.
“Choose the Perfect Prototype for the Job Every Time” isn’t just a guide — it’s your UX team’s design companion that will help them make informed decisions, optimize time and resources, and create a user-centered design that meets both business goals and user expectations.