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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.


Expectations Modelling

August 3, 2017
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In a previous post, I explained that one of the keys to providing a quality service is ensuring that customer expectations are met. I also explained that in order to meet expectations, an accurate understanding of what they are, based on research, is vital.


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’…


Workshop series: UX Strategy

July 21, 2017
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Presented by Bunnyfoot CEO, Dr Jon Dodd and UX Consultant, Dr Pete Underwood, This year’s sold out summer workshop was on the topic of UX Strategy.


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.


The best UX of 2016

July 7, 2017
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As UXUK Awards 2017 is now open for entries, we thought it could be a great time to look back at last year’s winners and finalists. There was an outstanding array of excellent entries last year, so what does it take to become a UXUK winner? Let’s take a look…


Conference round up: UX Strat Europe 2017

June 29, 2017
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Earlier this month I attended the UX STRAT Europe 2017 conference in the heart of Amsterdam along with Bunnyfoot’s CEO Jon Dodd.


Empty states: why they are important

June 15, 2017
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What is an empty state?

You may be wondering what an empty state is. I’m sure, at least once in your life, you have found yourself seeing a blank screen with no data and no guidance, not knowing what to do next.


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!


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