Clickable Prototypes

Test, Refine, and Accelerate Your Software Development.

Unlock the Power of Clickable Prototypes

Enhance communication and collaboration within your design team.
Validate your design concepts with user testing before development.
Refine user flows and ensure intuitive navigation.

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We offer comprehensive design Prototype solutions for websites and mobile apps, encompassing

Website Design

Build beautiful and functional websites that engage your audience.

Mobile App Design

Create user-friendly and intuitive mobile apps that drive results.

Custom UI Design

Craft compelling app experiences that cater to your specific needs.

Our Figma Design Expertise

  • We leverage Figma’s robust design system capabilities to create cohesive and scalable prototypes.
  • Our UI/UX designers craft user-centric prototypes that prioritize usability and functionality.

Why Choose Us?

  • Experienced Designers: Our team boasts extensive experience in web layout, mobile app UI design, and Figma design systems.
  • Data-Driven Approach: We use user research and testing to inform every design decision.
  • Seamless Collaboration: We work closely with you throughout the entire design process.

Questions you might have

Clickable prototypes are interactive mockups of your website or mobile app that simulate real-world user interactions. Users can click through different screens, test functionalities, and experience the overall user flow.

Clickable prototypes allow for early user testing with your web design or mobile app before development. This means you can identify usability issues early on, saving you time and money on costly revisions later and they also help refine the user experience (UX) by incorporating user feedback. A smooth UX can lead to increased conversions on your website or app.

  1. Website design: Visualize website layouts, user flows, and interactions before development.
  2. Mobile app design: Test app functionalities and user journeys on mobile devices.
  3. Web applications: Prototype complex web interfaces and user interactions for custom web applications.
  4. Enterprise software: Effectively communicate design ideas and gather feedback for internal stakeholders involved in enterprise software development.
  5. MVP (Minimum Viable Product) development: Create a basic, clickable prototype to validate core functionalities and user experience before full-fledged development of your MVP.

Overall, clickable prototypes benefit any software project where user experience and interaction design play a crucial role

  1. Define project goals & target audience (web design/mobile app).
  2. Optional: Sketch basic layouts (wireframing).
  3. Choose a prototyping tool (Figma, Adobe XD).
  4. Design UI in your chosen tool.
  5. Link screens and add interactions to make it clickable.
  6. Test with real users and get feedback on UX.

Absolutely! Clickable prototypes are specifically designed to facilitate iterative design and gather feedback throughout the development process. Here’s how:

  1. Testing and Feedback: During development, you can use the clickable prototype to conduct usability testing with real users. This allows you to identify any issues with the user flow, functionality, or overall experience.
  2. Making Changes: Based on the feedback received, you can easily modify the clickable prototype in your design tool (like Figma). This allows you to iterate on the design and address user concerns before the code is written.
  3. Clear Communication: The clickable prototype provides a clear reference point for developers, ensuring they understand your vision and can implement the design accurately.

This iterative approach with clickable prototypes helps ensure the final product delivers a superior user experience.

The timeline for creating a clickable prototype can vary depending on several factors, including:

  1. Project complexity: A simple website with basic functionalities will require less time than a complex web application.
  2. Number of screens and interactions: The more screens and interactions your prototype has, the longer it will take to build.
  3. Design fidelity: High-fidelity prototypes with intricate visuals will require more time than low-fidelity prototypes that focus on layout and user flow.
  4. Your experience level: If you’re new to prototyping tools, it might take longer initially.

A website layout refers to the overall arrangement of content and elements on your website. It includes the positioning of menus, headers, footers, text, images, and other visual components. A well-planned website layout is essential for creating a user-friendly and visually appealing website.

UI (user interface) design focuses on the visual elements of your website or app, such as the buttons, menus, and overall look and feel. UX (user experience) design focuses on the user’s overall experience when interacting with your website or app. It considers factors such as ease of use, usability, and information architecture.

The cost of building a website can vary depending on several factors, such as the complexity of the design, the number of features, and the chosen platform. We offer a free consultation to discuss your specific needs and provide a custom quote.

Responsive web design ensures that your website looks good and functions properly on all devices, from desktops and laptops to tablets and smartphones. This is crucial in today’s mobile-first world.

Absolutely! We offer website development services to bring your clickable prototype to life.

Reduce Development Costs

Clickable prototypes can help you identify potential issues and risks before they become major problems, which can save you time and money on software development.

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