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For a successful digital product, it's essential to generate innovative ideas for functions and their implementation. It's equally important to visualise these ideas and implement them into prototypes so they can be presented and tested.
High-fidelity prototypes can generate insights into how the user actually interacts with the product and if the concept fits the mental model of the user.
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Low-fidelity prototypes can be used to validate ideas, e.g. to check whether a user is interested in a certain feature. The advantage of a rough visualisation is that changes can be made quickly.