UI/UX Prototyping: Choosing Between Low Fidelity, Mid Fidelity, or High Fidelity Prototypes

Prototyping is an essential part of the UI/UX design process. It allows designers to test and validate their ideas, gather feedback, and iterate on their designs before development. When it comes to prototyping, designers have the option to create low fidelity, mid fidelity, or high fidelity prototypes. We will explore the characteristics, use cases, and benefits of each type of prototype to help you make an informed decision.

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