4 Posts by
Danielle Morris

UX and working with kids

“Never work with kids & animals…”

…unless of course you want them to enjoy using your product/service!

Kids and teens are not just small adults! They differ across a range of factors, not just age, (including cognitive and developmental) and have different needs and expectations, therefore Bunnyfoot recommend that they are included at all stages of the design process.

Nudgestock 2014 Highlights & Key Take-Homes

August 5, 2014
Posted by in Talks and presentations

Somehow, Ogilvy last month managed to convince Londoners to leave and travel to the tiny seaside town of Deal in Kent for Nudgestock – a conference exploring behavioural economics and psychology. Those of us who accepted the challenge were really glad we did (personal highlight was watching a seagull cross the road using a zebra crossing!).

Chinwag Psych London 2014

May 23, 2014
Posted by in Talks and presentations

The spirit of UX was alive and well at ChinwagPsych14, held at the Museum of London. The speakers had a number of approaches to digital content, many of which encompassed the importance of user experience.

How Gamifying your website can increase engagement

March 3, 2014
Posted by in Brain bites: 2 min insights
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Gamification is the concept of including fun elements in your service in order to add delight to the user experience. These game elements can be added to any communication channel such as websites, apps or software programmes and are used to persuade customers towards a desired outcome.

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