This activity is for service planners who are focused on a digital solution. It can help move ideas by looking at real examples of some of the ‘off the shelf’ or ‘no-code’ tools available. Identifying a relevant tool can help shape how you might prototype your idea.
By considering these questions, you can conduct a thorough review of online tools and make informed decisions based on your specific requirements and preferences.
The activity of prototyping is invaluable, providing a tangible representation of abstract ideas and serving as a dynamic tool for testing and refining concepts. Prototypes accelerate the iteration cycle, allowing stakeholders to interact with a representative model and uncover potential flaws or improvements early in the design process.
The activity of gathering user feedback serves to check to what extent a solution meets the needs of the target audience. This stage ensures that the resulting design addresses real user challenges, enhances usability, and aligns with the intended audience's expectations, ultimately leading to more successful and user-friendly products or experiences.
If you have developed a prototype you’ll now want to test its usability. Here are the top 6 tips for effective usability testing: