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Prototyping

Prototyping

Visualize and exchange your ideas

Only when the problem has been fully analyzed and found to be of major relevance do participants set about developing solutions. Initially, the technical feasibility of individual suggestions is not at issue; the more ideas participants come up with, the better. It is far more important that the ideas take shape very quickly. Experienced draftspeople and product designers are available to the teams for this very purpose. The focus is on visualization, not functionality. Whether it’s a paper model, a 3D print or a scribble – once a “prototype” is available, communication becomes far easier. The feedback is clearer, ideas can be modified, improved or completely rejected very quickly, true to the motto “fail fast, fail cheap”.

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