Scribbles into a model of an app…
I’ve presented a few scribbles of phone app ideas to client before and even done a really basic paper prototype, and they have always gone down pretty well, and then nothing has come of it, or a developer from another agency has taken it on and been briefed.
This could shake things up, help sell the idea in more and give the client something tangible to image the end product. It is called POP- Prototyping on Paper. With the idea being, sketch out your wireframes, like you would normally, snap them with your phone, and then simulate the browsing experience.
This is one I did in literally 10 minutes at work yesterday. It’s a Matt Furlong app, which I promise to never make, but it gives a guide for how easy it is, even for a lame-ass like myself.