WA2 - 3.2 1. When designing a user interface that will have...

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3.2 1. When designing a user interface that will have many options. For example Adobe Photoshop. The prototype will have a basic user interface and a few options that work. Largely just showing the user interface and how certain elements fit together. 2. A CAPTCHA image generator. A customer may want one that matched the websites theme and colors and what not and have the random letters twisted a certain way. A prototype could select images and corresponding letters from a database to demonstrate how it would work and look. The system would appear to work, but would have limited amount of static images/letters handmade instead of auto generated. 3. For an online shopping cart and admin panel we could create a semi dynamic prototype that has some of the functions but not all. IE you could go through the process of purchasing an item and the order show up in the admin panel but not really contact any financial institution for charging the card. We demonstrate how the shopping cart will work and how the admin panel will work without either really working or limited error checking going on. 3.3
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WA2 - 3.2 1. When designing a user interface that will have...

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