Updated: Aug 17, 2019
One of the essential early steps in start-ups is creating a prototype--which, is a three-dimensional version of your business idea. Entrepreneurs generally come to us with a million-dollar idea & a question - how long it will take to develop the idea into a working prototype? Of course, the answer to this question totally depends on the complexity of the product, but by breaking the process down, we can estimate the overall prototype building process.
The prototype building process can be divided into 2 major steps – Design & Prototype engineering
1. Design: Entrepreneurs most often come to us after spending a lot of time on thinking about their product and what they want it to do. Our first task is to create prototype designs to showcase the forms, functionality and the overall look & feel of the product.
We refine the idea through an iterative process of creative thinking, sketching and building sample designs on a computer.
2. Prototype Engineering: Prototyping is about creating something that works, but also about making it the best it can be. We try to make the prototype visually appealing, workable, and cost-effective.
Creating a working prototype of your vision you’ll have a much easier time explaining the concept to potential investors, clients, folks at meetups and anyone you encounter when evangelizing the potential of your Start-up.
The working prototype enables you to test and refine the functionality of your design.makes it possible to validate the functionality of various modules helps you describe your product more effectively encourages others to take you more seriously