Wireframe Application for Low-Fidelity Design Frame Works
The level of detail and functionality included in a prototype is referred to as design fidelity. Interactivity, visuals, content and commands, and other aspects of fidelity can vary. When you're ready to start prototyping, you'll need to decide how closely you want it to match the end result, which will also determine how much time and energy you'll need to invest.
Low-fidelity prototypes, for example, are straightforward and low-tech ideas. You only need a pen and paper to get started. The goal is to turn your ideas into testable artifacts that can be used to collect and analyze feedback early on.