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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!


‘Mind: The Gap’ – Bridging the experience gap between the usable and the exceptional

June 6, 2016
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On July 28th 2016, Bunnyfoot will be running an afternoon workshop on how to create exceptional customer experiences. The workshop will be hosted at The Goldsmiths Centre in Farringdon and run by 2 of our expert UX consultants Jon Dixon and Julie Zoe Kjernes.


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.


Historic Royal Palaces

Recently we worked with Historic Royal Palaces to refine the organisation of their website and also provide input into the visitor experience at their six palaces. In particular, they wanted to grow their UK-based audience outside of London, provide more user-centred programmes for schools, families and young people and engage more overall through film, television and modern online media. Naturally we agreed that an audience-first approach was the key to increasing the visit count and achieving their aims.


Ed Vaizey, the Minister for Culture and Digital Economy, visits Bunnyfoot

May 9, 2016
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We here at Bunnyfoot are all about best practice within the UX industry. We aim to elevate UX into common practice across all industries. To help raise the profile of it, we had a visit to our office from Ed Vaizey, Minister of State for Culture, Media and Sport and for Business innovation and skills with responsibility for digital industries.


Are you a trendy person?

May 5, 2016
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To those who know me well this may come as a surprise, however, the other day my girlfriend said to me “You’re a trendy person aren’t you”. This got me thinking, how did I become this trendy? What does it actually mean? What can we learn from this and how do trends affect customer behaviour?


UX Guru Rolf Molich to deliver official certification

April 18, 2016
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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.


The guide to UX testing with kids

Technology and kids go together like peanut butter and jam. It’s not healthy, but they’re inseparable. As anxious adults, we tend to limit our children’s exposure to technology, but this could be worse for their development and our own understanding of technology today. This week, Cathy Carr, our Expert Consultant and Course Instructor takes a look at how to create a model environments to observe technology usage by our future generation.


The 11th Usability Heuristic

March 22, 2016
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You may know the 10 Usability Heuristics for User Interface Design; they’re nearly 20 years old and still a powerful toolkit for thinking about user experience design.


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