Tag Archives: prototype

Product Spotlight: The Planning of Rivers of Rhythm

This post is the second of a series about the planning, design, and development of The National Museum of African American Music’s digital exhibit: Rivers of Rhythm. In this post, product strategist Tomiko Peirano discusses the concepting and planning of the application, as well as the user testing process. The first post in the series can be […]

Product Spotlight: NMAAM’s Rivers of Rhythm

This post is the first in an upcoming blog series about our planning, design, and development of the music discovery application, Rivers of Rhythm for The National Museum of African American Music. Follow our blog for additional posts and discussion of our product development process.  Over two years ago, I had the pleasure of sitting down […]

Does My Startup Really Need a Prototype? Really??

So you’ve got a great idea. You’ve assembled a crack team of marketers, sales people, client support and investors. You’re ready to get your idea transformed from vaporware to a fully functioning, sellable web application. These are exciting moments in your new business venture’s life cycle. It’s time to take your idea and have some […]

5 Signs Your Startup Needs a Prototype

A prototype is a visual, tangible representation of an application that doesn’t require full-fledged development. Our clients have found these models incredibly useful in applying a lean methodology to their application build. So how do you know if you need a prototype? You are seeking outside investment.  Very few investors and customers understand code, but […]