I think about it like this: The purpose of making sketches and mockups before coding is to gain confidence in what we plan to do. I’m trying to remove risk from the decision to build something by somehow “previewing” it in a cheaper form. There’s a trade-off here. The higher the fidelity of the mockup, the more confidence it gives me. But the longer it takes to create that mockup, the more time I’ve wasted on an intermediate step before building the real thing.
The Fidelity Curve: How to weigh the costs and benefits of creating UI mockups
Ryan Singer

An illustration here would be awesome. Easier to get and remember the assumption. :D

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