Spending time to prototype our ideas, we avoid costly mistakes such as becoming too complexed too early and sticking on a weak idea for too long.”
Remarkable Reasons for Prototyping
Prototyping is an essential part of user experience (UX) design that usually comes after ideation, where your team have created and selected ideas that can solve users’ needs. In prototyping, you craft a simple experimental model of your expected product so you can check how well it matches what users want through the feedback given by users.
The advantages of prototyping that you can get
Have a solid foundation from ideal towards improvements avoiding risks and costs associated with where a prototype might lead.
Adapt to changes early—thereby avoiding commitment to a single, falsely-ideal version, getting stuck on local maxima of UX and later incurring heavy costs due to oversights.
Show the prototype to your users so that feedback from them can help you to know which elements work best and whether an overhaul is required.
Improve time-to-market. by minimizing the number of errors to correct before product release.