Sunday, August 23, 2009
The level of detail in your mock-ups should reflect the level of confidence in your design
In the early stages of design, mock-ups should communicate broad concepts and groupings of information or functions. Keeping the details scant at these early stages allows you to progress through iterations quickly and keeps your stakeholders from throwing the baby out with the bath-water by quibbling over colours and button placement.
As you progress towards a final design, mock-ups should be rendered in increasingly higher fidelity so that the full detail of your approach is exposed.
Posted by Matt Morphett at 3:28 PM