It’s a known fact. Design led companies outperform their competitors. Yet, prototype design is one area that is often confused or skipped when building a product.

At Jyst we build high-fidelity prototypes to optimise your user flow and put you on the correct trajectory to build an intuitive digital product.

How to build a prototype?

At JYST we build both low fidelity and high fidelity prototypes.

The goal of building a prototype is to test design and product ideas before going into product development. For this reason we use wireframes, sketches and mockups before providing you with a working prototype.

How to build a prototype design?

What are Low-Fidelity Prototypes

Low Fidelity prototyping is a quick and easy way to turn high-level concepts into tangible designs that can then be further tested within a design sprint. The role of Lo-Fi prototypes is to check and test functionality over the visual appearance of the product. It’s typically quicker and provides the end-user with the visual attributes and feel of a final product.

What are the advantages of Low-Fidelity Prototypes

  • Inexpensive
  • Fleshes out a concept
  • Clearly defines all features and functionality
  • Allows you to commence user testing
  • Focus on function rather than form

What are High Fidelity Prototypes

High fidelity prototype design provides an end-user or investors with the real world look and feel of the application. From animated transitions to swipes and gestures we provide you with a clickable prototype that mimics exactly how users experience the app. From high fidelity prototypes it’s then onto beta-testing for product refinement.

What are the advantages of High Fidelity Prototypes?

  • Can be presented to investors to source funding
  • Minimalise re-building your product post MVP
  • Highlights omissions and oversights in your feature set

We Use The Best Tools To Build Prototypes

Our designers, product managers, UI and UX team are well versed with a broad range of tools to build out prototypes.We have used a multiple range of products from Whimsical, Figma, InVision to name a few.

Client Specific

Our design sprints and prototyping exercises are client specific. We have worked with SaaS companies, AI and Machine Learning projects and marketplace applications.


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