Form Design and Functional Prototypes that Drive Dynamic Results

The end goal of a design thinking process is to create a solution that is desirable, feasible and viable. This means that your product should satisfy the needs of a user, be feasible to implement and have a financial model as well. During the bulk of your design thinking process, you’ll focus on desirability as you are concerned with testing your ideas and validating your hypotheses about your users. Towards the end of your project, however, you should bring the focus to feasibility and viability so that your solution can be sustainable. Let us now look at the best ways you can make sure that your design solution is feasible and viable, on top of being desirable to your users.


Going from an idea to your finished product is a long process — but creating a prototype and launching an MVP can make a huge difference. When you build and test a prototype, you gather valuable information and feedback that helps you make the best product for your audience. Here are four steps to creating a prototype for your digital product: Find a problem that needs solving. Conduct customer research to discover your audience’s pain points and goals. Organize your research to determine the most critical issues to address and features for your product. Use those findings to build your minimum viable product (MVP) and create a landing page to share it with the world. Gather and implement feedback from your initial users, then launch the next iteration of your MVP. Your audience is waiting for a unique solution to their problems, and you have the ideas and expertise to give them one. All you have to do is get started.