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User centred design

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.


Bunnyfoot’s Jon Dixon to speak at UX Brighton 2013

October 29, 2013
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Jon Dixon – Senior Interaction Designer at Bunnyfoot–  is set to deliver a talk at UX Brighton 2013 on the importance of understanding the psychological drivers of a person – their motivations, needs and fears, when developing a user centred design.


Einstein was into User Centred Design

March 14, 2013
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When I teach courses on user centred design the delegates are often surprised that reduced development and design costs is a key benefit of the approach. This is important though because investing in the activities that really drive improvements in customer experience (such as customer insight research, mental modelling, prototyping and user testing) can seem onerous if you don’t appreciate this pay back.


Designing for uncertainty: How do you visualise human nature?

In this blog Bunnyfoot consultant Steph Marsh describes her involvement in a participatory design workshop which aimed to find effective ways of analysing and visiualising large amounts of data:

I recently had an opportunity to assist in a user-centred design workshop with a group of academics in the early stages of a long-term research project. They’re looking at effective ways of analysing and visualising (graphically represent) data about populations and their emotions.


JUICE 2012

June 13, 2012
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Ensuring a flawless online customer experience is a pretty big deal to us at Bunnyfoot. On 14 June 2012, we hosted an event for our clients to highlight this message while looking at the online experience across all channels as new ways to access the internet continue to develop. Read our blog and watch the videos.

About the event

Concentration on user experience is vital for success in the digital world, and Bunnyfoot has been leading the way for over a decade. As the market has matured and digital technology has become ubiquitous, distinguishing between channels and thinking of “users” is no longer appropriate. We need to focus our efforts on Joined Up Interactive Customer Experiences (JUICE).

To stimulate discussion we have inspiration from the award-winning comedian Tom Wrigglesworth (BBC4 “Open Letters” series); Jamie Seedhouse, Digital Strategy Manager at Europe’s largest home improvement retailer – Kingfisher; Sarah Blair Gould, eCommerce Manager of international retailer Boden and the world’s most influential ad man and Vice Chairman of Ogilvy – Rory Sutherland.


Caroline Jarrett – Guest speaking at UX Oxford

May 14, 2012
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talking about:

“How many psychiatrists does it take to change a light bulb? …Only one, but the light bulb has to want to change”
– Why do the most serious usability problems we uncover often go unfixed? – A how-to for experienced and advanced practitioners.

Get your free ticket – Register now at eventbrite

What is the talk about?

As a profession, one of our most important motivations is that we want products to get better. But even when our recommendations are welcomed and apparently highly valued, they often aren’t acted upon—especially, it seems, when the problems involved are serious.


Jon Dodd speaks at Loyalty World Russia

May 8, 2012
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Jon Dodd, CEO and Co-Founder of Bunnyfoot, will be speaking at Loyalty World, Russia on May 16th at 13:00 as part of our continued efforts to promote the creation of engaging customer experiences across the world.

For more information and to register for your ticket, see the Loyalty World website


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