When you imagine your future app, do you envision it as a bunch of code lines? Or do you see a user with a device
If you are working on your first solution or looking for your first investments, prototype will help you to kick-off the journey on the market.
One simple tool which allows you to pinpoint the audience, save time, money, and streamline your product. We start with your idea and we end with your idea, customized to fit your perfect user and ready to hit the market. Rapid prototyping is battle-testing your solution without the premature actual battle on the market. This agile approach is about permanent progress, not perfection and it will take your product to its spotlight.
Rapid prototyping aims to validate your idea by testing it on real users fast and at low cost. We use all the data available to design, to tailor and to sketch the app or software for a specific niche.
We create a product simulation (prototype) that is 100% functional and sufficient to pinpoint the audience.
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Prototyping is a process where you can test an idea or a product by creating a prototype. It is the first phase of creation which allows fixing things on a small level before the grand product release.
It is a process where the software team builds a functional prototype with the main basic features. It is a simulation of the future product which the users can review.
Because it allows us to quickly test different features and ideas on a real product with real insights, not in theory. You get a product experience without the release of the actual product, preparing the software to be tailor-made for the ideal user before hitting the market.
The main advantages of rapid prototyping are time, cost, feedback beforehand, and the possibility to see the almost-final product before the release. The prototype is created quickly, it saves a lot of money in the long run and you get data on a functional simulation of the future product.
Given the speed of rapid prototyping, one may assume that insufficient analysis is one of them. Users’ subjectivity maybe another — it is important that the test groups keep in mind that this is not a final product, it is something that needs to be improved. What could also be an obstacle is that if there are really a lot of features in the final product, it gets harder to include all of them into a prototype. However, all of these disadvantages can be easily avoided when working with a skillful team.
A wireframe is a representation of a user interface, with minimum visual elements, and without any branding. When wireframing, you show the content to the user and analyze his journey.
The validation of the idea during rapid prototyping should result in a consensus between all the parties involved. As long as all the iterations have been made and every member of the team is happy with the process, the prototype can be considered as validated.
As realistic as possible, to test real user experience on the simulation of the future product.
Prototypes are used to test user behavior within a product. They are used to validate an idea within a limited group of users before releasing the solution to everyone.
You release the solution to smaller test groups, with different people. After a defined period of thorough testing, you analyze the retrieved data. If the feature turns out to be working for the future product, you validate it. If it is not the case, you pivot and restart the process.
Bittiq is the latest innovation in fin-tech. This app analyses your bank account, categorizes, and analyzes how users spend their money. The app can also see where you can save money and which subscriptions you can get cheaper. Moqod developed this app together with Bittiq for Bunq, the first online-only bank in the Netherlands. It will be available for other banks as well.