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My 2 favourite are: - www.uxpin.com - www.flinto.com Flinto is by far my favorite for mobile. I also us www.balsamiq.com for anything wireframe. Sometimes I jump into Sketch http://www.bohemiancoding.com/sketch/ for more high fidelity mockups using their Mirror feature http://www.bohemiancodin...

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No, but you do need it fleshed out to a degree of believability. And that depends on who you're talking to...how easily they can pick the idea up and run with it. A programmer is likely to do this better than a banker: they can probably take the concept and mentally build it out, whereas the bank...

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If you want help, I can get Marvin Weinberger (founder of patented tools company InnovationFactory.com) on a call - I won't charge extra, since I'll just be facilitating the conversation. Let me know if you want me to set that up. In terms of prototyping, it depends on the product. If you let ...

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Mock role-play with both parties at the same time (remote or in the same building). Schedule an hour session, pay for their time. This is the fastest method. In your question, you mention "often takes several months". I would assume there is a scenario that doesn't take several months. I would ...

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It's tough working with freelancers, but as you mentioned, it's sometimes necessary at early stages due to a lack of funds. You can either 1) Learn to code yourself 2) Find a software engineer co-founder 3) Learn a better system for working with freelancers So I'd recommend the 3rd option, and...

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It depends how clear your idea value is without it, or with a rough one, or mock ups vs polished. There are a few goals you are trying to conquer with a prototype, overall its about concept clarity and valuation. 1. customer/investor acceptance: "i want that" 2. customer feedback: "you should ...

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Does it need to be in metal for a prototype? If not, do a 3d printed model and, if needed, wrap it in metal sheet/foil. There is no cheap way to do a production quality prototype.

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There are a number of different questions here, so I'll try to answer what I think you're really asking. My background is in electronic product development in a corporate B2B environment, so the question of 'Should I go to China' almost invariably comes up in conversation. My first question wo...

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There's no reason GE Aviation, or anyone, would be excited about your "idea for a hoverboard", or give you credit in any way, because you yourself say that you can't contribute anything to the project intellectually, financially, or otherwise, and the idea itself is not a new one. The idea was p...

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It really depends on what you're building here. If you can do any part of your product manually, I would suggest doing that in the first version. The absolute fastest way is to hire a contractor to get it done, but that can be expensive. If your first prototype can't be built with a prototyping...

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