Zemas precizitātes prototips
A Lo-fidelity Prototype (or mock-up) is a scale or full-size model or replica of a technology or a product/service providing mainly information on its structure, used for instructional or experimental purposes. They are 'very early prototypes' made of cardboard or otherwise low-fidelity materials. For designers, they mainly function to acquire feedback.
Note that the terms "mock-ups", "low-fidelity prototypes", or "paper prototypes" are usually used as synonyms. See “Wireframes” to define the information hierarchy of a visual interface.
Quick to create
Helpful in enabling early visualization of alternative design solutions
Help provoke innovation and improvement
Users may feel more comfortable suggesting changes
To test prototypes without a single line of code (therefore saving time and money!)
E.g. Paper, polystyrene, clay, Lego, Velcro…