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Paper Prototyping Turns Ideas Into Actions, and Does It Quickly

Juan Vasquez

Given two options - "do it" or "talk about it" - which do you choose? I usually go for the first, so when I had the chance to lead a breakout session during a conference with a group of motivated and curious college students and young professionals, I didn't question my approach for a second.

The goal of my 40-minute session was very simple. Let's build a working paper prototype of a new or existing mobile app using paper, pencils, smartphones, and an app called POP - Prototyping on Paper.

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