37 Signals and Rapid Prototyping

by Darius Kazemi on April 25, 2006

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37 Signals has a somewhat old blog post on interaction design. And a newer one on the illusion of agreement. See if you can spot the parallels to rapid prototyping in game development, kids!

Okay, I’ll spell it out.

The interaction design post is about how static documentation is pretty useless when you’re desigining interactive applications. Hmm. What’s better than static documentation? Try on a prototype and see how you like it!

The illusion of agreement is something that can’t occur when you’ve got an interactive prototype, because people just Get Itâ„¢.

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