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When we design a prototype, it is always important to explore all scenarios, right? For example, designing all sub-pages and steps, interactions, animations, pop-ups, error messages, and so on.
In this prototype, we have three product detail cases:
— A product without variations;
— A product with variations;
— A product without stock.
This way, we can have an overview of how every scenario will look in the front-end so there won't be anything out of place for not having a defined style.
Let me know your thoughts! 💭
Fonts used: Playfair Display and Sofia Pro