Any developer that has been through the ringer before knows the pain that comes from undoing the hard work of developing back-end code and creating awesome UIs when stakeholders change the vision of their project. Instead of suffering this cruel fate, developers can utilize tools that allow them to prototype their design. This way, UIs can be changed by stakeholders before developers start coding, thus saving lots of time and effort.
Why Prototype? an Infographic by Indigo Studio: Infragistics Prototyping
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<p><a href="http://www.infragistics.com/community/blogs/gradientgirl/archive/2013/09/23/why-software-developers-should-prototype.aspx">Why Prototype?</a> an Infographic by <a href="http://www.infragistics.com/products/indigo-studio">Prototyping Tool</a> Indigo Studio</p>
Download Indigo Studio Version 2, and start saving a lot of time and preventing a lot of headaches when creating UIs.