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Return to Requirements Gathering Develop Proof of Concept Prototype Task
Proof of concept prototyping is generally about discovering all the elements that need to be on the interface and labelling and grouping them in a way that is intuitive for the user. Use a simple drawing tool rather than a GUI development tool. You are specifying the interface, not designing it. Do it in a workshop with the stakeholder and in parallel with developing the use case description.
If the interface becomes too large or cluttered, then it will need to be broken down. This will usually necessitate reworking the use case description to fit the new flow requirements introduced by adding more parts to the interface.
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