3. Prototyping

Try. Learn. Revise.

Time to bring ideas to life. A360’s cross-disciplinary experts joined young designers to set about building low-cost, low-risk prototypes to put into the hands of our end users.

These mini-experiments tested our assumptions about girls, health providers, and community mobilizers. We observed their reactions, then refined and improved our ideas. The prototyping process stretched our team’s creativity and flexibility, permanently changing the way we approach our work. And it’s leading to cost-effective solutions for demand generation and compassionate service supply of contraception for adolescent girls.

 

Ready to give PROTOTYPING a try? Follow our path…

Now explore our PROTOTYPING resources and reflections below. Let A360 be your roadmap.

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STARTER PACK: Explore 4 resources from A360's Prototyping Phase, handpicked by our team.
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Why prototype? How do you focus prototypes? How do you get started?
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In each country, how did our prototypes measure up?

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“A360 wanted to be a stew. To get in the kitchen and blend our disciplines to develop more effective prototypes.”
Claire Cole, Implementation Science & Learning Advisor, PSI
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