If you’re like most consultants, you walk around spewing buzzwords daily. You know the ones—corporate synergy, big data, low-hanging fruit. They’re the words you use but, if put on the spot, probably couldn’t actually define. “Rapid Prototyping” likely falls into that category: you know it and even use it, but are unsure of how it applies to you or when you could utilize it.
Our definition of Rapid Prototyping is short and sweet: The process of creating multiple iterations of a product solution at a fast pace. In an effort to pull Rapid Prototyping out of the black hole of business buzzwords, we have compiled a list of five signs that Rapid Prototyping may be a good fit for your project.
If any of these signs apply to you, you may want to experiment with Rapid Prototyping on your project. You will quickly see the benefits of the process, and you’ll impress your coworkers by putting one of those common buzzwords into action. Win-win!
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