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Prototyping and Minimal Viable Product

Historically, the software industry has been plagued by spectacular failures. Software prototyping techniques and Minimal Viable Product techniques are both powerful ways to minimise failure and test concepts and designs before committing too heavily… Continue reading

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PowerPoint – Just Say No

PowerPoint is the wrong kind of tool to use for any prototyping, akin to using a hammer to affix screws to a cabinet. Save yourself a lot of frustration, and don’t compromise the effectiveness of your software prototyping efforts by wasting your time with PowerPoint…

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Many words saved

If a picture paints a thousand words, think how many words you can save by creating an interactive prototype of your next software development… Continue reading

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A little up-front effort

Spending time up-front to involve users in the design process, using requirements prototyping, can reap considerable savings further down the line… Continue reading

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Priceless…

Quite apart from the many benefits of Requirements Prototyping, there’s nothing quite like seeing the face of your customer when they see their ideas transformed into something they can take for a spin. It’s quite literally priceless…

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Ten Benefits of Software Prototyping

Ten proven benefits that software prototyping can bring to your project. Continue reading

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Why Prototype?

Designing and implementing great software is fraught with difficulties. It’s a difficult process to get exactly right, for many reasons. This article gives you some good reasons why software prototyping may be the way forward… Continue reading

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