A prototype is a special type of model that “appears” to be working. It can “look” and/or “behave” similar to the target system. Prototypes are created for the purpose of assessment, demonstration, or experimentation. In application systems development, prototyping involves building models of some portion of a delivered system quickly and inexpensively to check functionality, performance or fit.
||FUNDAMENTALS OF PROTOTYPING
Prototypes can take many forms, from paper illustrations to online working models. The appropriate use of prototyping can greatly enhance the effectiveness of the application development process.
Students of Advanced Strategies’ Overview of Prototyping Concepts Course will return to work understanding:
- What can and should be prototyped.
- How to build various types of prototypes.
- The benefits of application development with prototyping vs. traditional application development.
- The disadvantages and risks of prototyping in application development.
- What is Prototyping?
- Modeling Concepts
- Types of Prototypes
|Prototyping in Other Industries
- Lessons for IT
- How is Application Prototyping Different?
|Prototypes Throughout The Life Cycle
- Why Prototype
- Costs and Benefits
- Prototyping Life Cycles
- Risks of Prototyping
- What Can be Prototyped
- What Should Be Prototyped
- Business Prototypes
- Application Prototypes
|How to Prototype
- Uses of Prototypes
- Prototyping as a Development Strategy
- Tools and Techniques
- Getting Started
- Business Policies
Who Should Attend:
This course is targeted for Business Analysts or anyone leading, sponsoring or working on a project team.
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