make the whole process flow together into a very professional and eye-catching proposal. Every time I have submitted a proposal, I have had someone either ask me who prepared the proposal for me or compliment me on how nicely the proposal was done."
Use the Prototyping template to describe your plans for creating prototypes. The term prototype is often used interchangeably with the term model. Proposal Pack also includes Modeling template that you might choose to use to describe your project. A prototype is representation of an idea built to test design and engineering concepts or to elicit further discussion of project. For example an aviation company might build prototype of new airplane wing in order to test it in wind tunnel; furniture designer might construct prototype of new chair design to get the opinions of furniture retailers. prototype might be constructed to test only the look and feel of new product or it might be working prototype in which the product is fully operational so that its functions can be tested. Prototypes can also be generated by computer programs and exist only as computer files instead of as physical objects. Generally speaking most design projects create several prototypes before settling on final design that will be produced. Introduce the topic of prototyping here and explain why it is vital to your project to create one or more prototypes. Describe your plan for creating one or more prototypes here. Issues to include are. the reasons for constructing the prototype how and when the prototype will be created and how much it will cost how the prototype will be evaluated and what will happen after evaluation is complete.