At Humanise Digital, we use prototypes to ensure that the final product meets the user's needs and business goals. Our prototyping process typically involves the following steps:
Sketching: We start by sketching ideas and mapping out the user journey based on the research and wireframes.
Low-fidelity prototypes: Using the sketches, we create low-fidelity prototypes that test the basic functionality and user flow of the design.
Testing and refinement: We then test the low-fidelity prototypes with real users and make any necessary changes to the design.
High-fidelity prototypes: Once the design has been refined, we create high-fidelity prototypes that include visual design elements such as colors, images, and typography.
Testing and feedback: We then test the high-fidelity prototypes with real users to get feedback and make any final adjustments before development begins.
In conclusion, prototyping is a crucial step in our design process at Humanise Digital. It helps us validate design ideas, refine the design, and facilitate collaboration and communication between designers, developers, and stakeholders.