What, Why and How of Mockups
Before we get into how to make the most of your mockups, it important to know what exactly they are — and how this work.
As discussed in The Guide to Wireframing, mockups, wireframes, and prototypes are quite similar to each other which leads to confusion hence, making it difficult to find accurate information on each. However, all are integral parts of the UX design process, so each should be given due attention.
We’ll start our introduction of mockups by giving a broad overview, discussing the terminology, and showing how they fit into the design process as a whole.
A Word about Wording
Getting back to basics, before a website or app is released; most of them go through three preliminary stages. These stages allow the team, and sometimes a few selected users, to test its appearance, structure, and functionality before its release. Ideally, these preliminary stages allow you to fix any problems or bugs and fine-tune your design to communicate your message most clearly.
But because these phases are similar, they’re often confused with each other. To know this in details call our mockup design experts today and get clarity on these things.