Mockup vs prototype vs wireframe is a subject that needs clarity, as it is seen differently by designers and clients. Wireframes represent a very basic & visual representation of the design. It has very low fidelity (features) and is often created with black and white sketches. Mockups are ‘pixel perfect’. It’s the exact graphical representation and presents all the content and functions. We call it high fidelity. Mockups aren’t just interactive and clickable. Prototypes are closest to end product. It is clickable and interactive. Usually, the team tests the prototype in earlier stages and saves a lot of costs. This article Wireframe vs Mockup vs Prototype for the Best Design Flow will help you avoid common misconceptions regarding these terms.