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Now startup founders can go from web or mobile app concept to a high-fidelity, interactive prototype that’s ready to demonstrate in 4 weeks for just $4,950.*
  • FREE 30-Minute Discovery Call
    Application concept- Target users / needs- Develop user persona - Set schedule 
  • Wireframing & User FlowsFocus on MVP Scope. Key launch features.
  • Low-Fidelity DesignApplication wireframes - Application functions.
  • High-Fidelity PrototypeLive-looking screens. Application simulation.
  • User Feedback & RefinementsValidate your concept. Demonstrate.
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30-Minute Discovery

During this FREE DISCOVERY CALL, the startup founder will have an opportunity to discuss their product idea, goals. Our project manager will ask questions to gain a better understanding of the project's scope, objectives, and requirements.The purpose of this session is to establish clear communication and ensure that the product designer has a solid understanding of the founder's vision for the MVP.


Wireframing / User Flows

This step involves designing a rough visual representation of the product's layout and functionality, which will help the founder to visualize the product and provide feedback on the design direction. The wireframes and user flows are an essential step in the design process, as they provide a blueprint for the product's design and help to ensure that the final product meets the founder's vision and user needs.


Lo-Fidelity Design

The low fidelity design typically includes simple sketches, wireframes, or digital mockups that highlight the essential features and functionalities of the product. By getting feedback on the low fidelity design, the team can make adjustments to the design and ensure that it aligns with the MVP goals and objectives. This step sets the foundation for the more detailed design and development work that follows and is an essential step in the Locohype process to ensure that the MVP design is optimized for user experience and functionality.


High-Fidelity Prototype

This phase involves designing each screen and feature with detailed attention to the product's style guide and design system to ensure consistency throughout the product. The high-fidelity design should take into account the user experience, accessibility, and visual appeal of the product. Once the high-fidelity design is complete, the team can conduct more extensive user testing and make final adjustments to the design before moving on to final user feedback and refinements.


User Feedback & Final Refinements

The feedback can be gathered through surveys, user testing sessions, or other methods, and is used to make small refinements to the MVP design to ensure that it meets the user's needs and expectations. These refinements may include changes to the UI, UX, or overall design to improve the product's usability, functionality, or aesthetic appeal. The goal of this process is to validate the MVP's viability and to ensure that it meets the needs of the target audience before investing significant resources in launching a full product.