Prototyping & feature development.

Our team of UX experts can create a prototype that will save you tons of time and money.

  • Test ideas with a prototype before committing to implementation.
  • Lo-Fi, or hi-fi. Clickable. Web and native apps.
  • Spare your developers the UX work.
  • Got a demo coming up? Showcase your idea through a mockup.

What’s the big deal with prototyping, anyway?

Prototyping is an invaluable tool in the product design cycle as it enables stakeholders to see how a feature would flow within the context of their product, or even how an entire product might work.

Making a Lo-Fi — or even a Hi-Fi * — prototype before committing to a full blown build-out is a wise decision to make because even the simplest prototype can reveal major loopholes that might have not occurred to anyone in the planning phase.


A Lo-Fi prototype is a crude, imperfect UI which is used to demonstrate software functionality and/or user flows.

At the same time a Hi-Fi prototype will have more finesse to its graphical user interface.

Neither should be considered production-ready material by default.

Sometimes things we have pictured in our head just don't work so well in practice. Prototyping before building can save tremendous amounts of time and effort, and not to mention money.

Build a Prototype

It is a common scenario for a young company to not have designers on staff, so the developers need to go out of their comfort zone in terms of expertise, in order to implement a feature *.

What usually ends up getting shipped is a train-wreck of a feature that only the developers themselves can figure out how to use.


We don’t need to mention that developers are not known to be too good at this, but they do it anyway because who else?

Good to have in mind:

Next time you need to do a demo or a pitch, or you simply have an idea for a product, don’t bend yourself backwards explaining how it works — or God forbid build on a hunch. Build a prototype instead!

How it works.

Microawesome projects are efficient, budget-conscious, and emphasize speed of delivery.

  1. Get in touch with us and provide some basic information about your project.
  2. We get together for a 15 minute video call which we will use to scope and define the project.
  3. Within 24 hours you will receive a written project outline stating the exact scope, deliverables, kick-off and delivery dates, including the price for the job.
  4. You give your sign-off, and pay the project fee. The project is officially booked and scheduled.
  5. Come delivery day, we send you the results along with any other assets we’ve created.
  • World-Class design team
  • Fixed price & timeframe
  • Money-Back guarantee
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