mockup

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Etymology[edit]

(Circa 1915–1920) From the verb phrase mock up, by imitation of the French maquette (source: Webster's New World College Dictionary, 2010), itself from the Italian macchietta, diminutive of macchia, "stain", from the Latin macula (source: Le Nouveau Petit Robert, 2001).

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Noun[edit]

mockup (plural mockups)

  1. A prototype, usually low-fidelity, such as paper illustrations, screenshots, or simple configurations of screens with limited interaction.

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