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User centred design

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.


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.


Leap day charity event

I don’t know if you realised this, but we have a free day this year! Yes, 1 free day. How would you spend it? Let’s be honest, you’d probably just go to work.

At Bunnyfoot, we decided to donate the extra day to charity so we got in touch with some exceptionally brilliant charities that make a difference to our world but are just not big enough to provide the super slick websites that established charities can.


Putting the cart before the horse, or the tech before the customers?

A client was chatting to us today and he said:

“the problem is we often choose a platform and then design to its best ability”

This is a fairly common thing we hear and it can prevent our clients from producing the best experience as inappropriate constraints are often unavoidably and regrettably baked in by their choice of technology.

But why does this happen?


Bunnytalk: Beacon Research & App Development

August 10, 2015 - This post has 2 comments
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Last month we hosted our annual Bunnyfoot Summer Party in London, our UX Consultants Mark Pierce and Kea Zhang presented their research and app development on Beacons.


Bunnyfoot’s Agile UX project with Marie Curie

June 25, 2015
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Marie Curie run 9 hospices in the UK and have a network of volunteers and helpers throughout the country. Last year Marie Curie collaborated with Bunnyfoot on their website re-design with some up-front research, followed by user-centric iterative Agile UX design and development.


Bunnytalk: The Internet of Things – People are the Product

In this month’s Bunnytalk, UX Consultant at Bunnyfoot James Bailey, looks at how you can create superior products and services through a user-centred approach to the Internet of Things (IoT).


The User Experience of Architecture

A quick review of architectural photography reveals a curious fact. Rarely are people shown inhabiting the spaces depicted and when they are present, they usually appear as mere props, subordinated to the real topic of interest.


Where are the people in the Internet of Things?

Over a series of upcoming blogs we will explore what is currently driving and defining the “Internet of Things” (IoT) movement.

The IoT will connect people, devices, data and processes over the Internet. Everything from our farms to fridges, coal mines to cars, could start collecting data, adapting to our behaviours, and so much more.


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