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With the consumers and customers going internet savvy, survival has indeed become a complicated thing. By merely having a website is not going to suffice in the long run, you need to have a power-packed and feature-loaded responsive website. We are a web design company, here to provide you with the same; we will make it easy for you to get traffic and customers.

What Is A Good Prototype?

Good prototype: has max. three (ideally — just one) testable and specific hypotheses to be checked. Bad prototype: too many hypotheses, or just one big and vague assumption. Examples: Reducing the signup steps from 5 to 2 will increase signs up by 15% for new visitors after 1,000 visits to the signup page.

Being a leading web design company, we know the blocks that create a fully functional and eye-appealing website and this is why our end products always stand out from the crowd. With experienced and talented web designers working in the team, We will never be short of innovation and invention.

Industries for which we have designed websites are retail, manufacturing, banking, wholesale, finance, travel, and the list goes on…

We have a proven track record of creating a compelling web presence for all our clients; you are welcome to add your name to the list!

Frequently Asked Question

The most simple apps tend to start at around $20,000 to build. Another reason for building an app by yourself costs more is due to fixing mistakes. It's impossible for a single person to have the same level of experience as a massive company. You also won't be able to put as much money toward research and testing
  • Rapid Prototypes. When you've got a deadline to meet, rapid prototyping is exactly what your team needs to meet with a working demonstration of the product.
  • Wireframes. Wireframes usually lead to prototypes, but for the purpose of this article, we're going to list a wireframe as a type of prototype.
  • Mock-Ups.
Perhaps the clear way to define the differences between the two is to say that a proof of concept indicates that a product or feature can be developed, while the prototype suggests roughly how it ultimately will be developed.
When people assume of a "prototype," they tend to think of the first type of prototype they experienced. However, there are actually four distinct types of prototypes, each appropriate for testing different assumptions.