Current Tools

The current toolset available for prototyping is vast. Nonetheless, there are a number of more popular tools used in developing prototypes, each with its own set of strengths and weaknesses.

Each of the aforementioned products is part of the current toolset available in prototype creation. These products enhance the analyst-customer experience in prototype creation, which assists in the collection of requirements. With the ease of use of these tools, more time can be spent focusing on the context of the requirements. Stary (2000) emphasized the importance of context (i.e., as it facilitates user-centered design) during prototype creation.