The design tools market has exploded in the past few years, and designers are often left scratching their heads and wondering which tools best fit their needs. In this talk, I propose that design tools should be chosen based on outcomes instead of features, and outline methods to create convincing prototypes for user testing purposes. I look to other industries to better understand the foundations behind prototyping and soliciting real feedback. I discuss three different kinds of prototypes and how the the Product Design team at Lucid Software crafts compelling experiences.
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