In manufacturing and design, a mockup, or mock-up, is a scale or full-size model of a design or device, used for teaching, demonstration, design evaluation, promotion, and other purposes. A mockup is a prototype if it provides at least part of the functionality of a system and enables testing of a design.
How do Wireframe, Mockup and Prototype differ?
A great web design is not just putting content together and making small pieces look good. In order to provide the engaging user experience and clear interface you should see a big picture, a system beyond small pieces. The most common designer’s mistake is focusing on different elements of an interface or making sure that...
- 5-6 min read
- September 09, 2021
- by Alex Phell - Ph.D., Entrepreneur & Blogger
TOP 5 Design Myths to Know
Myth #1: Web Design is the Appearance of the Site For some reason, most people perceive web design as just the creation of a beautiful appearance for a website. But the design of the site is, above all, its functionality with correct and well-thought-out structure and architecture. The purposes of the design – to work...
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- January 24, 2020
- by Yana
The process of WEB development: Roadmap
The development of any product can be a huge process and just like any others that you would expect a positive result from, the WEB process needs to be thought out and measured. A lot of developers, especially the junior ones or even the little companies, think that some stages of development are just a...
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- October 17, 2018
- by Evgeniy
How to create a Website Mockup avoiding common mistakes?
Every web or app development project involves three-step design phase: wireframing, mockup design, and prototyping. The basics of web design are described in this article. While wireframing and prototyping are broadly described and detailed on the internet, the mockup design passe? unnoticed. That’s why we’d like to dedicate a specific article for a mockup design...
- 5-6 min read
- May 05, 2018
- by Tony