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A Paper wireframe is a sketch or drawing that represents the skeleton of a website or an app interface. As the name suggests, it is often done on a sheet of paper or a whiteboard using a pencil or a pen for rapid simulation and testing.
A wireframe is a two-dimensional illustration of a page's interface that specifically focuses on space allocation and prioritization of content, functionalities available, and intended behaviors. For these reasons, wireframes typically do not include any styling, color, or graphics.
Low-fidelity prototyping is a quick, simple way of evolving an initial idea or concept into a somewhat more tangible representation of what your final product might look like. The goal of a low-fidelity prototype is simply to outline the flow and to check the usefulness and usability of your proposed functionality.
High-fidelity prototypes often look like real products to users. This means that during usability testing sessions, test participants will be more likely to behave naturally — as if they were interacting with the real product. Testability of specific UI elements or interactions.
UX (user experience) research is the study of learning what end users of a system or product need and want, then employing those insights to enhance the design process for products, services or software. UX research can take different forms depending on the area of focus