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Unformatted text preview: Problems and Exercises 1. Identify Problem: Depending on the complexity of your project and team, you might do this yourself or together with some other members of your team, like project managers or business analysts. Gather as much information as possible and as needed before diving into prototyping. Develop Prototype: Paper sketches are a great way to clear your mind and to focus on the big picture. Whenever attacking a new subject, I always find it better to first visualize the boundaries of the problem on the table. Implement and Use Prototype: Depending on the time-frame and initially established purpose of your prototype, the level of detail will differ. Nevertheless, make sure that you identify and address those sensitive aspects that have the most weight in your prototype. Navigation is something that significantly influences the structure of the prototype. Revise and Enhance Prototype: If you are filling space with details and product management decides to take them out, youll have to be prepared and find ways to maintain the consistency of your prototype and its sense of completeness...
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- Spring '11