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Thread: How complete should the prototype be?

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    Default How complete should the prototype be?

    I am not sure what should be the level of completeness of the prototype.

    The rules say that we need to haave it "prototyped' and after the top 10 are selected, we will have to finish the app.
    Is my understanding correct?

    So thats why I wanted to know what should be considered a prototype and what should be the maturity of the code at that level?

    Any suggestions are welcome.


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    Default The more complete the better, but we're looking for UI completeness

    Hi SS - we're really looking for UI completeness at the prototype stage. You can have mock data, and not have the backend hooked up etc, but it should have good UI polish, and a information architecture that makes sense.

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