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What is lean UX? Our thoughts on what lean UX is and what it is not

Lean UX is an approach that’s been talked about since around 2011. It still remains a bit of a buzzword, one that more and more of our clients now use too. We’ve been applying Lean principles in delivering UX design projects, measuring our success and improving.


Post-It Notes are an essential tool in User Experience

May 7, 2015
Posted by in Brain licks: 10 second wisdom
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You know when someone at Bunnyfoot comes to work and says “I had a dream about post-it notes last night” that they are probably deep in a project.


The growing importance of Serious Games

When we talk about games, we generally associate them with fun, Serious Games however, have an objective other than pure entertainment. They’re a useful option to help organisations convey messages in more meaningful and interesting ways; can be an alternative aid for teachers to educate their pupils and have even enabled governments to make learning about policies more engaging.


Bunnytalk: Getting creative with customer focused ideation & idea generation

September 10, 2014
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In our latest Bunnytalk (our regular monthly events) our CEO, Dr Jon Dodd, talked about getting creative, unblocking fixed ideas, ‘me too’ & the bandwagon derivative design to create ‘remarkable’ customer experiences.


Appealing to multiple senses enhances your customer’s experience

On the whole, humans are visual creatures, which makes sense when you think about it as sight allows us to perceive, identify, and act on objects outside of our reach. As such, many designers go to great lengths to attract customers by designing displays that are visually appealing. However, if you only consider vision, a number of interaction opportunities to make interesting, impacting and memorable designs slip through our fingers.


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