Cooper Journal: The sCoop: Week of April 9

The sCoop: Week of April 9: Prototyping at Rock Health
This week, consultants from Cooper met wit… http://t.co/gV2HqrFd #ux #usability
Prototyping at Rock HealthThis week, consultants from Cooper met with folks at RockHealth to discuss prototyping. Jim Dibble, Faith Bolliger, Peter Duyan, and Martina Maleike talked about tools available for creating both low-fidelity and high-fidelity prototypes. Prototypes are tools to foster communication around the proposed product. So, before deciding what type of prototype to build, you need to ask yourself who’s the audience and what kind of communication do you want to foster?Prototypes can be used to communicate your product vision to stakeholders, investors, or your internal team. Prototypes can also be used to gather information from users and potential users. And finally, you can use prototypes to prove to yourself that the interaction in your head actually makes sense when expressed digitally.In any case, you want to prototype just enough to foster the conversation you want to have with your audience. Low-fidelity paper prototypes are great for gathering user feedback, esp…
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