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A wireframe is a outline sketch of layout. It doesn't look anything like the real finished product. It just shows where the various elements will be.

wireframe

A prototype and a mock-up....there we don't have exact definitions and ways of differentiating them.

I would say that "mock-up" to me sounds like something that is still in fairly early stages whilst a "prototype" is almost complete, a beta version almost. However this is just a feeling and generally the two words are fairly interchangeable, prototype especially can be at either end of the design process.

A wireframe is a outline sketch of layout. It doesn't look anything like the real finished product. It just shows where the various elements will be.

wireframe

A prototype and a mock-up....there we don't have exact definitions and ways of differentiating them.

I would say that "mock-up" to me sounds like something that is still in fairly early stages whilst a "prototype" is almost complete, a beta version almost. However this is just a feeling and generally the two words are fairly interchangeable, prototype especially can be at either end of the design process.

A wireframe is a outline sketch of layout. It doesn't look anything like the real finished product. It just shows where the various elements will be.

wireframe

A prototype and a mock-up....there we don't have exact definitions and ways of differentiating them.

I would say that "mock-up" to me sounds like something that is still in fairly early stages whilst a "prototype" is almost complete, a beta version almost. However this is just a feeling and generally the two words are fairly interchangeable.

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A wireframe is a outline sketch of layout. It doesn't look anything like the real finished product. It just shows where the various elements will be.

wireframe

A prototype and a mock-up....there we don't have exact definitions and ways of differentiating them.

I would say that "mock-up" to me sounsdsounds like something that is still in fairly early stages whilst a "prototype" is almost complete, a beta version almost. However this is just a feeling and generally the two words are fairly interchangableinterchangeable, prototype especially can be at either end of the design process.

A wireframe is a outline sketch of layout. It doesn't look anything like the real finished product. It just shows where the various elements will be.

wireframe

A prototype and a mock-up....there we don't have exact definitions and ways of differentiating them.

I would say that "mock-up" to me sounsd like something that is still in fairly early stages whilst a "prototype" is almost complete, a beta version almost. However this is just a feeling and generally the two words are fairly interchangable, prototype especially can be at either end of the design process.

A wireframe is a outline sketch of layout. It doesn't look anything like the real finished product. It just shows where the various elements will be.

wireframe

A prototype and a mock-up....there we don't have exact definitions and ways of differentiating them.

I would say that "mock-up" to me sounds like something that is still in fairly early stages whilst a "prototype" is almost complete, a beta version almost. However this is just a feeling and generally the two words are fairly interchangeable, prototype especially can be at either end of the design process.

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A wireframe is a outline sketch of layout. It doesn't look anything like the real finished product. It just shows where the various elements will be.

wireframe

A prototype and a mock-up....there we don't have exact definitions and ways of differentiating them.

I would say that "mock-up" to me sounsd like something that is still in fairly early stages whilst a "prototype" is almost complete, a beta version almost. However this is just a feeling and generally the two words are fairly interchangable, prototype especially can be at either end of the design process.