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| April 16th, 2021
What is a Prototype?
Design Dictionary is endless. Flipping through its pages is another word- Prototype. 
  1. Create Archetype of Design Ideas 
Archetypes are an incredible tool for designers. By aligning a design with an archetypal figure, we can ensure we’re communicating the ideal traits and that our target audience will better understand the brand personality. The first step in designing with archetypes is to identify which one best fit’s your brand. 
  1. Enable Visualization for a User 
Visualization helps to tell stories by curating data into a form easier to understand. A good visualization tells-a story, removing the noise and our eyes are drawn to colours and patterns. We can quickly identify red from blue, square from a circle. Our culture is visual, which includes everything. 
  1. Create versions Miniature Model, Paper Cutout, Storyboard, 3DModel or User Experience Arena 
Changing something as fundamental as a workflow can be exciting and scary all at the same time. So, creating versions like a miniature model, storyboard, 3D model can help if the design is going to change a few times. 
  1. Mode Low-Fidelity, High-Fidelity 
Design fidelity refers to the level of details and functionality built into a prototype. There are three levels of fidelity: low, mid and high.  Low fidelity prototypes consist of sticky notes and sketches  High fidelity prototypes almost represent the finished product.   
  1. Outcome Gain Insights in Design Thinking Process 
The best products aren’t just used, they’re cared for, and they’re loved, and they bring out real emotions in their users. Designers want to understand what others think and feel and design for them, rather than being overly self-absorbed or self-interested.  Was this helpful? Let us know in the comments! 

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