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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.


Conference round up: Service Design in Government

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


SH:24 (x3 UXUK Award winner) talk barriers to sexual health

SH:24 were last year’s big winners at the UXUK Awards. They took home the grand prize of Best overall User Experience as well as Best Public Sector and Best innovation.

We were lucky enough to have SH:24 designer, Mollie Courtenay, give us an insight into how they created this award winning service. In the informative talk, Mollie shared some of the tools, methods and principles the team used to grow from concept to scalable commissionable service over the last 3 years.


Five users will find 85% of the usability problems – and other myths about usability testing

I recently had the pleasure of attending Rolf Molich’s “Five users will find 85% of the usability problems – and other myths about usability testing” talk hosted by UX Sheffield. This was part of a series of Rolf Molich talks, held in Oxford, Sheffield and London – all sponsored by Bunnyfoot.


Aimée’s Service Design Conference adventure

Last Thursday (30th June), I joined many others from the service design industry at the RIBA’s grand building on Portland Place, for the Service Design Network’s UK Conference. The day was full of excellent and inspiring talks; here I pull out a few of my highlights.

“Good services are verbs, bad services are nouns” – Louise Downe, GDS


Bunnyfoot CEO Jon Dodd shares his insight from the Web Effectiveness Conference in Copenhagen

Yesterday I spoke at the annual web effectiveness conference in Copenhagen organised by Bowen Craggs. The conference is interestingly different to many as it has a clear ‘corporate website’ and ‘corporate communications’ focus.


Bunnytalk: Designing for Emotion

June 6, 2016
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Bunnyfoot Consultant / Norwegian Huldra, Julie Zoe Kjernes, has developed a shiny new training course: Designing for Emotion. The course emphasises that great usability is no longer enough to be a differentiator in the user experience market. Learn how designing emotional experiences can have a real impact on your customer experience and keep people coming back for more!


Dr Rebecca Gill to speak in Porto to Business School Professionals

Dr Rebecca Gill, Bunnyfoot Director is to speak at the Association of MBA’s Inaugural conference for business school professionals in Porto in June.


UX Guru Rolf Molich to deliver official certification

This week we added a new course to our hugely popular CPUX-foundation certification course and exam. From November, those who have successfully passed the foundation exam can take our new Certification in User Testing which will be run by UX Guru Rolf Molich.


Doing it for the kids

Earlier this week, we ran a workshop with the third year Product and Interaction Design students at Ravensbourne’s campus in North Greenwich. As Alumni of Ravensbourne who benefited from the University’s connections with industry during our time there, we were privileged to go and share our industry knowledge and experience with the students.


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