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UX Foundations: Prototyping



Published on | Prototyping: From UX to Front End — Medium Jubilee Kim This is a summary of <UX Foundations: Prototyping> lecture of James Williamson and Diane Cronenwett. Hope it useful! What is a prototype? A prototype is an early working model of a design used to gain feedback and rapidly experiment with ideas. In UX, prototypes are typically created through a mix of sketches, wireframes, or mockups depending on your project timeline, where you are in the design process, and how robust the prototype needs to be. Types of prototype Sketch

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