Low-fidelity prototyping is a method of testing design concepts by transforming your ideas into limited function, testable artifacts. The role of low-fidelity prototypes is to collect feedback on your design during the early stages.
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Low-fidelity prototypes are an inexpensive and fast way to test a rough outline of your design ideas. Low-fidelity prototypes help you find potential pitfalls within your design earlier, allowing you to eliminate bad design ideas. Testing your prototypes validates your hypotheses and improves your solutions.
Informative: Low-fidelity prototypes, when shared with customers, allow design teams to get deeper insights about their ideas, clarifies what designs are working, what’s not working, and where there’s room for improvement.