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Prototyping and Testing:
What is prototype?
Rapid prototype development process,
Testing
Prototype testing is an essential part of the design and product development process. The way you go about testing your prototype depends on the type of product, where you are in the development process, your goals, and the resources available. But here are some general steps to follow.
Before you build your prototype and start testing, you should have a clear idea of what you want to validate. This will help you define the kind of prototype you need. Prototypes can vary in complexity, from low-fidelity sketches to fully functional and interactive prototypes. While low-fidelity prototypes are used for testing out concepts, high-fidelity prototypes are great for testing usability and identifying issues in the workflow.


Prototyping and Testing:
What is prototype?
Rapid prototype development process,
Testing
Prototype testing is an essential part of the design and product development process. The way you go about testing your prototype depends on the type of product, where you are in the development process, your goals, and the resources available. But here are some general steps to follow.
Before you build your prototype and start testing, you should have a clear idea of what you want to validate. This will help you define the kind of prototype you need. Prototypes can vary in complexity, from low-fidelity sketches to fully functional and interactive prototypes. While low-fidelity prototypes are used for testing out concepts, high-fidelity prototypes are great for testing usability and identifying issues in the workflow.


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DT UNIT 3..pptx

  1. 1. Geethanjali College of Engineering and Technology Cheeryala(V) Keesara(M), Medchal Dist. Telangana, INDIA Pin Code-501301. DESIGN THINKING
  2. 2. UNIT–II  Prototyping and Testing:  What is prototype?  Rapid prototype development process,  Testing
  3. 3. Prototype tes How to nail your next product launch Testing your prototype allows you to iterate on design before launch, and helps you to deliver a successful product. Here's how to run a prototype test.
  4. 4. What is prototype testing? Prototype testing is the process of testing your prototype with real users to validate design decisions before development starts. The goal is to identify problems and areas of improvement early so you can make the necessary changes prior to development and build a product that meets users' needs and expectations
  5. 5. How does prototype testing work? Prototype testing is an essential part of the design and product development process. The way you go about testing your prototype depends on the type of product, where you are in the development process, your goals, and the resources available. But here are some general steps to follow. Before you build your prototype and start testing, you should have a clear idea of what you want to validate. This will help you define the kind of prototype you need. Prototypes can vary in complexity, from low-fidelity sketches to fully functional and interactive prototypes. While low-fidelity prototypes are used for testing out concepts, high-fidelity prototypes are great for testing usability and identifying issues in the workflow. Once the prototype is ready, it’s time to get it in front of your users. When you run the test, try to recruit participants that are representative of your target audience. By watching how users interact with your prototype and listening to their feedback, you’ll learn what works and what needs to be improved. The insights gathered will allow you to iterate and create a better product.

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