UX Prototyping

Visualize your idea first, then build a market’s success

From a simple sketch to a full-fledged solution that bears a close resemblance to a final product, prototyping comes in all shapes and colors. But in any case its main mission is always the same — to test your ideas, and introduce some improvements before setting the product into the real world.

Creating a visual representation of your idea allows you to see how the product functions and what needs to be improved before actually building the final, market-ready version. UX prototyping is a smart and efficient way of testing your idea or solution and finding its possible flaws. Together we can decide on the type of UX prototype that better suits your particular case and turn it in the next big thing.

UX prototyping process at Pixetic

How we do it

Working on a UX prototype, in a way, is a creative process. We conduct a mini-discovery to define the list of features, propose visual appearance and, finally, create a prototype design to amaze both the team and investors. The tools we choose for prototyping depend on your product specifics.

What you get

Our deliverable is a ready solution designed for a specific problem which closely resembles the final version of a product: all interface elements, spacing, and graphics look just like a real app or a website. In other words, the web prototype will mimic the real app/website appearance, its content and behavior. Prototype design features you can expect to have:

  • Ready-to-launch visual appearance
  • Rich interactions and micro animations
  • Close-to-final content (text and media)
You need it because:

We believe UX prototyping is an integral part of the product design. Here’s why:

  • You want to go from a concept to an actual product

    To do so, you need to have a clear idea of how this product is supposed to work. By building a UX prototype you’ll make a first step to make it all real

  • You have a problem and you want to test design solutions

    A great way to do this is by designing a prototype. It will give you an opportunity to visualize your trouble and help find a way out of it

  • It’s useful when planning implementation sprints

    Your prototype evolves from iteration to iteration, allows you to work on and test wider spectrum of functions. But what’s even more handy, it speeds up the whole design process

  • It’s hard to sell just an idea

    But conducting a great demo for investors to gain funds is far more convincing. Here you’ll need something tangible your prospective investors can take a look at, understand how it works and see the potential in

  • In reality testing final products is uninformed and risky business

    Prototyping eliminates these risks as it helps to detect any problems or perils associated with your product

How long does it take?

Usually it takes about 3 weeks to develop a high-fidelity prototype, given that the design team constantly receives feedback. The process can be shortened in case of rapid prototyping for UX of specific screens or in some other circumstances.

10%
Research
10%
Analysis
10%
Design
70%
Validation
This is how prototyping looks and feels:

We believe UX prototyping is an integral part of the product design. Take a look at some of our cases:

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