How to Prototype to Build a Better Product [On Demand Webinar]
Prototypes may seem like an extra step in your process but in reality they can save you considerable time and money when you are developing and pitching your product. In this masterclass, we explain how prototyping can take your product to the next level.
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UX Designer, writer and teacher Sarah Doody, who is equally experienced in working with both startups and established companies, will help you understand why prototyping should be an important step in your process. Sarah will also share examples from her own career and throughout the industry.
The seminar covers:
- Why must we prototype
- The prototyping process
- Tips to prototype with a purpose
- The risks of building too fast
- Understanding pain points
- Creating a map of a user's journey
- Testing key problems
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