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PROTOTYPE DEVELOPMENT

Creating what you need to quickly prove up your idea.

Create what you need to create.

If you have a game-changing idea for a product, you want to make it happen. You could go straight to build and launch, but if your customers don’t love it, or it doesn’t work as you would hope – then you have a problem.

Creating a finished product could send your costs skyrocketing and your approach would be the opposite of agile. 

Besides, how do you make sure customers will love your end product?

Prototype development stages.

User Research.

Find out who your audience really wants and what’s important to them.

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Create the Prototype.

Bring your idea to life with a prototype version of your digital product. 

Then get it in front of your customers at a fraction of the cost.

Conversion Rate Optimisation

Receive Feedback.

What worked and what needs improving? What did your customers think? 

We’ll show you with detailed, easy-to-read reports.

Reasons to consider.

  • Faster
  • Less expensive
  • Higher end quality
  • More agile
  • Internal buy-in
  • Incorporate customer feedback

Bring your idea to life.

A good idea is what everyone is searching for, so it should be celebrated – but we struggle to be impartial judges of their merit sometimes. 

We build, test and evolve prototypes with your customers always front of mind. We stop ourselves from making crucial assumptions and we know when we don’t know. And we work to find out the solution.

This removes risk and helps us to focus only on the crucial things that need building at the prototype stage. 

Gaining internal buy-in or external investment.

You can talk about about a good idea but there is no substitute for showing it. 

Building a prototype helps people see how the product works and it gives confidence to your internal stakeholders or new, would-be investors.

To sprint or not to sprint.

There are different approaches to creating a prototype. Sometimes getting all the key people in the room and having a full-on or partial design sprint is the right approach.

But sometimes just working together to define the prototype brief and working in a more traditional way can be optimal.

Let’s have a chat to work out the best approach for you.

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