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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.


The importance of UX when designing chatbots / voice user interfaces

September 8, 2017 - This post has 1 comment
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When designing for a conversational interface, it is important to remember you’re still dealing with a user interface, just not a visual one. Conversational interfaces, whether chatbots or voice systems, are like any other platform we perform research on and design for.


How to recruit hard-to-find participants

August 21, 2017
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With over 17 years experience in recruiting participants, we know that finding and the right people for your research sessions is essential for obtaining meaningful, reliable and representative results.


The future of payments, is no payment at all

July 28, 2017
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Everything is free!… no not really, we will still have to pay for stuff but the payment will be ‘invisible’…


12 ways to make a homepage more persuasive

July 14, 2017
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We recently ran our Design for Persuasion course where we look at ways to  inspire trust, build emotional rapport and trigger action amongst your target audience. To get a good mix of knowledge and practical application we asked our participants to work on a design challenge, giving expression to some of the principles learnt.


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.


How Human-Centred Design could improve politics

As those of us in the UX world know, it’s quite common to watch people struggle to use a site, then subsequently say how easy to use it was – which is why it’s important to observe what people do, not what they say. People tell you what they want in order to achieve the desired response. Could this also apply to political polls?


How wearable technology is transforming digital health

March 10, 2017
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On Tuesday 7th March, we attended the Wearable & Digital Health Technology Show, in London’s ExCel Centre and talked to some of the leaders in wearable technologies and smart gadgets. In particular, we gained insight into the future of healthcare and learn about the latest technology that is transforming the medical sector.


How to build habit-forming products and services

A study found that smartphone users check their phone up to 150 times a day, 53% do so within 5 minutes of waking up in the morning. This appetite has been fueled by an increase in processing speeds, smaller devices, faster internet speeds, improved coverage combined with more products, services and entertainment available online.


Usability test note taking, how to do it and what to write?

We at Bunnyfoot complete a lot of user tests on a day to day basis, many of us having years, and some, even centuries of experience in moderating user testing sessions. With each of us adopting our own unique ways of note taking, I want to share with you our top tips and tricks to get the most out of your notes when running a session.


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