Tag Archives: prototypes
Some of you might find this useful – it’s a collection of useful templates and resources that you can use for your prototypes. Here’s a link – and thanks to SpeckyBoy design magazine for putting this together.
Prototyping is not the answer to all software development issues; here are some cases where the use of prototyping may not be the best choice, or even a valid choice at all…
Creating good prototypes is clearly important, but communicating their objectives clearly is just as important… Continue reading
Agile methods are in right now, but they have shortcomings. We look at how we might combine the power of Requirements Prototyping into Agile. Continue reading
One of the beauties of software prototyping is the way that we can fine tune the level of ‘richness’ of the prototype to suit its audience. This article gives a brief overview of where ‘wide’ and ‘deep’ prototype approaches might be used… Continue reading
Responsiveness keeps people happy, and happy customers are repeat customers. So, be responsive by using prototyping techniques.
One of the great things about rapid software prototyping is that it can be relatively quick to do. This speed means that it’s not only possible, but often beneficial, to create alternative prototypes to help shape a design. Alternative prototyping … Continue reading