2. prototype

Build : test a prototype and validate a scope.

Duration : 30 — 60 days

  • User testing
  • Prototyping
  • Information Architecture
  • User Flows
  • Interaction Design
  • Proof of Concept
  • User Experience
  • Human Centered Design
  • Minimum Viable Product
  • Business Model

During this phase, we confirm your value proposition through different means. Technical aspects are validated by functional prototypes while the User Experience is tested and refined through interactive prototypes. With your service’s future users, we verify the experience’s usability and affordance to ensure a smooth onboarding process.

This process enables us to prioritize features to include into the development based on tangible data and feedbacks. The best solution is established through inclusive methods in order to pinpoint what’s essential for your users: the Minimal Viable Product (MVP). This approach favors user adoption while keeping risk to the minimum.

What's the best solution: mobile app or web platform?

Once the value proposition is validated, we can now embed it within the adequate technical solution. State of the art standards in technology are explored, while solutions deployed by competitors in your field are analysed and neighbouring markets scanned for inspiration.


Stemming from all these inputs, we can build scenarios and make informed choices regarding the key features to include in the prototype.

Learn from experience, then make choices.

Once the key features of your digital product are chosen, we validate the established user scenarios through interactive prototype testing. Based on user researchs and tests, we assess the key features viability and confront them to your users real needs.

Don't limit your UX to cosmetics (seriously).

An application’s interface is only the tip of the iceberg. It must however be designed from the start to let the true values of your application shine: the key features which really bring value to the user. Let the “wow” effect to your functionalities, don’t cover it up with makeup.

What makes your Minimum Viable Product so special?

By now, we gathered enough information to create your application’s first version. With a Lean attitude kept during these first phases, we ensure your MVP’s scope truly stays within this balance: between minimum & viable.

We can now easily define the MVP’s specification (backlog) keeping in mind the aim is to have a functional application ready to grow as soon as the first users come in.

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