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Software prototyping is a low-risk, hands-on way of validating your concepts.

Reduce Your Risk

You have a clear concept of your software product. You know the user needs it meets. But what does it look like?

Prototyping begins to reveal the look and feel of the product. Our designers create a model of your software through initial UX/UI concepts, wireframes, and architectures.

Prototyping offers many significant benefits. For one, it reduces development time and costs. It also lets you gather user feedback early on, when it’s easier and cheaper to pivot the product’s direction.

Software prototyping results in better product quality and functionality.

The Benefits of Software Prototyping

At Taazaa, we use iterative prototyping, a type of software development that produces quality products quickly while also keeping costs low.

Using iterative prototyping, our team develops a minimally viable product (MVP) to test and get feedback on. We like this approach because it allows users to try out the design before too many resources are committed to building it. With that early feedback, developers can make changes and improvements.

We’ve found that iterative software prototyping delivers several key benefits:

  • Faster Time to Market

  • Greater Efficiencies

  • Lower Development Costs

  • Comprehensive Testing Opportunities

  • Early Defect Detection

  • Better Project Budgeting

  • Less User Training

  • Reduced Rework

  • Enhanced User Feedback

  • Valuable Analytics

These benefits help you achieve the overall goals of lower software development risk and greater quality software.

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Property Management Software

A startup client wanted to create software that would ease the property management burdens on small and independent landlords.

We used iterative prototyping to put potential solutions in front of a test user audience of landlords and property managers. The resulting product is a modern, scalable service that simplifies property management and maintenance for independent landlords and their tenants, saving them time, money, and effort.

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