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What is a diary study?

A diary study helps provide insight into overall behaviour and experience.  The method involves people recording specific events, feelings or interactions, in a diary supplied by the researcher.


How to name your service

When approaching a problem or something you need to do, you start with a goal in mind, rather than the service you need to access or the tool you need to do the job. As Theodore Levitt (an economist and professor at Harvard Business School) said:

People don’t want to buy a quarter-inch drill; they want a quarter-inch hole!


Download our guide on how to brief a UX agency

May 17, 2017
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Download our free Request for Proposal template which will guide you through the process of determining which UX services you need – and which UX agency is best placed to provide them.


Bunnyfoot Training is now officially accredited by CPD

May 10, 2017
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Bunnyfoot is now officially accredited by the Continuing Professional Development Standards Office. The independent office examines course providers thoroughly and requires full documentation, procedures and quality information to ensure students receive the quality education they signed up for.


Bunnyfoot at the HCID Open day

April 28, 2017
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The centre for Human Computer Interaction Design (HCID) at City, University of London had its open day on Thursday 27th April.


How to design for Virtual Reality

April 21, 2017
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So, you’re designing for VR and don’t know where to start? As with anything, the best place to start is by thinking about your customers and how and why they would interact with your service.

Designing for VR is very different to 2D and poses a whole raft of possibilities and considerations. What is interesting is that VR stimulates all the human senses, as there is not only a cognitive impact on the user but also physiological.


More than buzzwords: Co-creation and collaboration

Words like ‘co-creation’ and ‘collaboration’ are often bandied about, but are they more than simply buzzwords? Well in fact, if they are implemented in the right way, they are not just a nice idea, but key to designing services. Here are 5 reasons why:


Bunnyfoot consultant Jon Dixon, features on The Product

April 7, 2017
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The Product, a popular tech blog focussed around in-depth interviews with northern entrepreneurs, makers & creatives, this week interviewed Bunnyfoot consultant Jon Dixon. The Product delved right into what makes a seasoned and intuitive User Experience professional. Jon shares his colourful past and his views on what makes a great UX product.


Conference round up: Service Design in Government

April 1, 2017
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Last month, I attended the Service Design in Government conference in the Southbank.


Bunnyfoot talks ‘Inclusive by default’ at the University of West London

Last week we visited the University of West London to give a talk about being ‘inclusive by default’. Having worked extensively in this area for many of the UK’s biggest companies, we wanted to inspire undergraduate computer science and design students to make sure their future products include participants with access needs as a part of their standard research sample.


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