Re: [scrumdevelopment] Re: Usability tests
- On 30 Apr 2007, at 22:48, Ryan Cooper wrote:
> Hi Michael;[snip]
> As I understand it, the primary purpose of paper prototyping is to
> get feedback more rapidly than is possible by building the 'real
> thing' before getting feedback.
Another benefit of paper prototypes is that users don't confuse it
for the final product. You can get a very different kind of feedback
from some scribbles on a piece of paper than you do from something
that looks "finished".
That said I do find myself doing less paper prototyping these days,
and moving to real code very quickly.