Web prototyping refers to the process of creating a preliminary version of a website or web application, in order to test and evaluate its design, functionality, and user experience before it is built and deployed.
Web prototyping can be done using a variety of tools and techniques, such as wireframes, mockups, and interactive prototypes. Wireframes are basic layouts that show the structure and organization of a website’s content, without any styling or visual design. Mockups are more detailed visual representations of a website, which include design elements such as typography, color, and imagery. Interactive prototypes are functional models of a website or web application that allow users to interact with and test the interface, navigation, and other features.
The goal of web prototyping is to identify and resolve any issues or problems with the design and functionality of a website or web application before it is built, in order to improve its overall usability and user experience.