Don’t use low-fidelity prototypes to test desirability

Brett van Zuiden / filed under Prototyping

Low fidelity paper prototypes and wireframes are great for feedback on usability, but realistic looking high-fidelity prototypes like mock screencasts are much more effective at assessing desirability of new products. Designers and product managers are often encouraged to test concepts with rapid, low-fidelity prototyping techniques. Paper prototyping and wireframing are encouraged not only because these […]

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