By Mikaela Robertson 16 March 2020 Activity Kit
Build your prototypes quickly, share them immediately, keep learning.
Once you've determined what to prototype, you can start quickly putting together some basic concepts to test. Getting feedback from other team members and even users can help determine the direction of design. Since prototypes are only meant to convey an idea and not be perfect, you can quickly move thought a variation of iterations. Building on what you've learnt from the people you're designing for. Rapid prototyping is all about testing just your ideas, enough to get it across. This way you can jump right back into making better once you get your feedback.