We are experts in creating PROTOTYPEs. We take it as a project. “Design” is the major component of software and when ideas are in the initial stage, sometimes, it really difficult to hire a developer as you find it hard to draft the requirements. Sometimes, the design contains screenshots of software along with database structure. We play a role here. We don’t need any functional specifications or fancy business requirement documents. We can create a dynamic PROTOTYPE just by interactions. You can use the prototype for your bidding process too. If you are satisfied, then we can also extend the PROTOTYPE into a real application.
Prototyping has several benefits. The software designer and implementer can get valuable feedback from the users early in the project. The client and the contractor can compare if the software matches the specification. It also allows the software engineer some insight into the accuracy of initial project estimates and whether the deadlines and milestones proposed can be successfully met.
The original purpose of a prototype is to allow users of the software to evaluate developers’ proposals for the design of the eventual product by actually trying them out, rather than having to interpret and evaluate the design based on descriptions. Prototyping can also be used by end users to describe and prove requirements that have not been considered, and that can be a key factor in the commercial relationship between developers and their clients. Interaction design, in particular, makes heavy use of prototyping with that goal.