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User experience

10 tips on writing crisp clear content

Do you ever need to write step-by-step instructions on how to do something? Are you struggling to write error messages that accurately describe the error and how to fix it?

Clear, well-structured content makes for a good user experience. If content’s badly written or badly structured, it lets down your design and the user experience suffers. People won’t be able to do what they came to your site to do.

Writing clearly is something we can all do – if we focus on what the audience needs or wants (the ‘user need’). Here are 10 tips to help you focus.


Interviewing the UX Guru

February 10, 2016
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CEO and Co-Founder of Bunnyfoot, Dr Jon Dodd sat down with leading digital agency 3 Chillies to answer 10 interesting questions.


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?


Jon Dodd to speak at UX Sheffield in January

Jon Dodd, CEO and Co-Founder of Bunnyfoot, is to speak at this month’s UX Sheffield event on the 28th January at the Sheffield Tap.


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.


Round up of UXUK Awards 2014

October 29, 2014
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Following an amazing night at the UXUK Awards, held at Microsoft Cardinal Place with Bunnyfoot once again the premier sponsor, we have much to celebrate!


Bunnytalk: Future technologies and the internet of things

September 23, 2014
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In this month’s Bunnytalk our Founder, Dr Jon Dodd, talked about future technologies. With the introduction of Google Glass, Oculus Rift, smart watches and other wearables, we’re entering a new age in consumer technologies but our needs as humans don’t change so quickly. Designers face the challenge of finding genuine purpose for these technologies in our lives.


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.


A lot of people really don’t know that Google contains advertisements

June 25, 2014
Posted by in Brain bites: 2 min insights
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We recently published some findings on Econsultancy that showed that about 36% of people may not realise that they are clicking on Ads when they select the top listings on Google’s result pages, and further more that a surprising number 27% didn’t realise that Google carried any ads at all.


Bunnyfoot To Be Principle Sponsor of the UXUK Awards 2014

April 24, 2014
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We are excited to announce that Bunnyfoot are once again an official sponsor of the UXUK Awards which is taking place on Wednesday 22nd October.


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