By James Gordon, Reynolds Journalism Institute
Through prototyping, you and your teammates can get ideas out of your heads and into the hands of potential users. The sooner users get a hands-on experience, the more time you have to gather feedback and experiment with your design. You can then make smarter decisions about how to focus.
We recently made something here in the Futures Lab, and we want to share how we made it. In this first installment of a multiple-part series, we’ll show how prototyping helped us figure out what to build.