Prototypes: scaling down your problems and bridging the wall between thinking and doing

 

 

I like building prototypes: I don’t need the actual parts, similar parts will do, design problems show themselves right away, mistakes cost less,  design problems that do come up are proportional to the scale of the prototype (want only small problems then make your prototype smaller). And most important value a prototype has to me is, a prototype is a concrete example I can show to my inner critic that an idea can be made real.

A prototype is a way for me to tell my inner critic to be quite.

What have you been wanting to tell your inner critic?

Regards,
John Vukelic

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