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I couldn't agree with you more. The thing I loved about the first visual IDEs was how I could do exactly what you said: wire together low-function, but visually representative prototypes in hours, not days or weeks.

The statement about agile and companies with strong formal PMM culture is balderdash. I know this from experience. It's a big org change management job, but it works.

Great post!




Some of the older tools are better than the new ones. Still, I think the prototyping tools are moving in the right direction.

As you know, prototypes, instead of 100 page requirement docs, go a long way in making the customer experience better.


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