Why Prototyping is Essential to Your Design Process

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Whether it’s just a quick sketch in your notebook or a post-it note, a wireframe made using your favorite graphics software, or a high-fidelity mockup created by a web app — incorporating some form of prototyping within your workflow is a critical step.

“User interface (UI) design is fundamentally about creating the most optimal way for a user to achieve their tasks. Comparing several designs with each other is made easier through prototyping.”
— Jacob Gube of Six Revisions

Jacob Gube, co-founder of Design Instruct and Six Revisions, wrote another interesting article. This time he explains why prototyping is an integral part of the design process. A great story filled with useful tips and tools.

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