Mind the gap! How UX Forms shrinks the distance between prototype and production

When building a new web form, you won’t find the perfect solution first time. That’s why we always urge our partners to test their ideas with users, so that feedback can be gathered quickly and easily, and any problems solved efficiently.

Design Systems

As a rule during testing, the closer the prototype looks and behaves to the final outcome, the better. That means using a design system.

  1. styles (typography and colours)
  2. components (question types, tables)
  3. patterns (common tasks, like entering contact details)

Mind the gap

Prototyping tools are focused on being quick and cheap to change, whereas production platforms are about being robust. At UX Forms, we started by asking: why production systems couldn’t be every bit as quick and cheap to change as prototyping tools?

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