Remington’s rapid design process for medical devices starts with our digital design team building a prototype simulation. The simulation creates an interaction between the interface and user. We can prototype almost every aspect of your product in a user interface, from a simple interaction to a detailed representation of your device.
We start simple and create a paper prototype, also known as low-fidelity prototyping, with a minimal interactivity level. Our design experts use low-fidelity prototyping to rule out possible product components at the early stages of design.
As we move through the medical device design process, we start adding more product features, such as visuals, copy, and interactions, to create a medium or high-fidelity prototype. Once a high-fidelity prototype is made, our team tests it during the final stages of the product development process. This step allows your customers and stakeholders to interact with a prototype that looks and feels like your finished product.