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Inclusive Design Isn’t a ‘Nice-To-Have’ – It’s a Necessity for Innovation

‘Accessibility’ doesn’t sound very sexy. At best, it feels irrelevant to many and is seen more often as a box-ticking exercise or ‘nice to have’, rather than a necessity. But that viewpoint couldn’t be more wrong.


User Perception Vs. Reality in Voice Controlled User Interfaces

Although they’ve been on the market for a while now, there was a huge push from Amazon and Google to get their ‘smart’ assistants – the Echo and Home respectively – in to our homes and lives this past Christmas, and Voice Controlled User Interfaces (VCUIs) / Conversational Agents (CAs) have been mentioned on countless blogs and sites as key trends to keep an eye on this year – including our own. The purpose of both the Amazon Echo and Google Home is to make our lives easier… but do they really?


2018: What’s In Store for UX?

Over the past year, we’ve covered a huge range of topics on our blog – from Bitcoin’s user experience issues to chatbots to how human-centred design could change politics. But what will we be talking about in 2018?

We decided to bash our Bunnyfoot heads together to predict what we think will be the key trends to be aware of over the next year when it comes to implementing a user experience – and how to make them a success.


Why Information Architecture is So Important in UX

You may not be aware of it, but you encounter Information Architecture (IA) many, many times a day, and the list of ways you do so is practically endless – whether it’s on road traffic signs, menus in restaurants, your online banking app, the sports results, and even reading the phone book (if you still use one!)!

But what really is Information Architecture?


A Straight Forward, Straight Talking Guide to Mental Models

You may have read up on mental models and still be left thinking, eh? We’re not surprised; there’s lots of explanations out there using flowery language that makes it all sound rather convoluted. But the thing is, mental models shouldn’t be complicated. At Bunnyfoot, we like to practice what we preach. So, here’s a straight forward, straight talking guide to mental models.


Bunnyfoot wins Best Information Experience for Bimco

November 10, 2017
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Last night, the fifth annual UXUK Awards took place in London – and what a night it was!


Bitcoin & User Experience

November 1, 2017
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In October this year, Bitcoin reached its highest price ever at $5,856.10 per coin. The demand for Bitcoin has no doubt been fuelled by speculation into how high it might still rise – and if it will become the currency of the future.


Dr Jon Dodd to speak at UX.Live in London

October 17, 2017
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Bunnyfoot CEO and Co-Founder, Dr Jon Dodd, will be a guest speaker at UX.Live, taking place in London on the 26th October 2017.


Bunnyfoot has 4 projects shortlisted for the UXUK Awards 2017

October 11, 2017
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We are delighted to be shortlisted for 4 entries in the UXUK Awards 2017 for our work with easyJet, Bimco, Sheffield City Council and EDF Energy.


How (UX) mature is your organisation?

September 27, 2017
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The discipline of UX is not a new one. In fact, its importance within product and service design has been evangelised by Bunnyfoot and other UX experts for a couple of decades now. However, there is still considerable variation across, and within, industries in terms of how UX principles and methods are adopted and used.


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