Home » Innovation Through Design: Think, Make, Break, Repeat » What is a prototype? What is a prototype? 3. Question 3 What is a prototype? 1 point Line drawings that show the fundamental structure and functions of a product or systems with annotations A visual representation of the final product or service A conceptual tool that visually communicates an idea allowing users to understand how to use it A representation of a product or service that uses tangible materials enabling users to interact with it Other Questions Of This Category Why are storyboards used during the design thinking process? (Select all that apply)Which of these is a tangible representation of a solution? (Select all that apply)Select which image below is representative of a high-fidelity prototype and which is a low fidelity prototype.Why are personas used during the design thinking process?What are the three approaches to the breaking part of the design process?According to Jared M. Spool, what is the different between mockups and prototypes? Spool, J. M. (2012, September 20). Exploring the problem space through prototyping. Retrieved from What is the purpose of the design making stage in the design process?What design thinking tool does the below image illustrate?This image is an example of what design making tool?Why is customer-focused research important for innovation?True or false? Prototypes are complete, finished versions of the final product.Which statement best describes a human-centred design approach?Why is sketching considered a good tool for concept generation? (Select all that apply)Why are expert-based evaluation methods used?Collected data on users is typically turned into design concepts during which phase of the design process?