Proof-of-Concept (PoC)

In UX design, a Proof-of-Concept (PoC) is a prototype created to assess the feasibility of a design idea. It's an early-stage demonstration that tests usability and gathers feedback. By building a simplified version of the product or feature, designers can evaluate key elements and interactions. Wireframes, mockups, or interactive prototypes are used to showcase functionality and user experience. The PoC helps validate assumptions, identify design challenges, and refine the concept based on user insights. It differs from a Minimum Viable Product (MVP) as it focuses on validating a specific design approach rather than the entire product's functionality.

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