Wireframes, Mockups and Prototypes: What’s the difference?
A wireframe is the skeleton of any new website or application, it gives a simple structural view of the lay out and main components. Wireframes do not have color and are always made in black and white or grayscale.
A mockup on the other hand is completely in color, has text and a lot of detail. Although not a prototype a mockup gives you a clear view on how the finished product is going to look like.
A prototype is a demo of the website or application that is in development. A prototype has no code and is often made in applications like Adobe XD. With a prototype the new website can be demonstrated to the client and the client can click around in the prototype and can point out faults or changes he or she wants.
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