Prototypes are a fast, low-cost way to design products that are more useful, usable, and valuable. The faster and cheaper, the better. While fancy high tech tools look impressive, they add cost and complexity; not everyone can use them. But everyone who has graduated from kindergarten knows what to do with a stack of paper, pencils and a glue stick. By making your prototype accessible, disposable, and non-precious, you encourage participation and faster iteration. The result is faster learning and better products. In this session, you will use paper prototyping to iteratively design, test, and evolve a product that will delight your users.