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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.


Bunnyfoot Digital Masterclass – raising money for CARE

August 4, 2010 - This post has 3 comments
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Neil outlines important analytics questionsLast week we held a Digital Masterclass to raise money for this year’s chosen Bunnyfoot charity event, The CARE Challenge. We were thrilled by the turnout and support from our clients and friends, all at short notice. All in all we managed to raise over £600. To those who came along or donated — we salute you!


Age of the Avatar (Part I)

August 3, 2010
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James Cameron's Avatar

Public interest in avatars has increased thanks to a recent James Cameron film (20th Century Fox)

No longer are avatars the ideas and projects saved for geeks or the games industry. Since the massive success of James Cameron’s film Avatar, the wider public have been exposed to not only the concept and possibility of 3D virtual worlds, but the technology behind creating and controlling an avatar.

The development of personalised intelligent media is fast progressing and will soon provide us with


Social Media and the Impact on User Experience

Advances in mobile, social media and gaming technologies have moved the field of user experience into almost all areas of our daily lives. This has created a shift away from traditional usability (as you knew it) to the much richer scope of user experience, where users’ feelings, motivations, and values are given as much, if not more, importance than the traditional measures of efficiency effectiveness and subjective satisfaction.


Bunnyfoot win Oxford Innovation Award

Dr Jon Dodd and Rob Stevens were proud to have their hard work rewarded after beating off stiff competition in the Oxford Innovation Awards.


Bunnyfoot at Internet World

April 21, 2010
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Come to our Usability Clinic, stand E7110 at Internet World: April 27-29, 2010

With Doctors in our midst, it’s almost the same! OK, not quite the same kind of Doctor, but we are just as highly skilled at finding a cure for your usability woes. Our aim is not to stuff your bag with another generic leaflet, but to stuff your brain with specific solutions.

image of stalls at a previous Internet World


The Great Eyetracking Debate

May 12, 2009
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Following on From Robert Stevens talk at the Usability Professionals Association in Hong Kong on ‘Why You Need Eyetracking’ he will be talking about the same hot topic, but this time in the form of a debate UK UPA, 20th May 2009.


New global accessibility standard released today – what it means for you

December 11, 2008
Posted by in Brain bites: 2 min insights
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After many years of fudging responses to the common question “when are the new global accessibility guidelines coming out?” – I can finally give the the answer – it is today (11th December 2008) see the Press Release and WCAG 2.0 Introduction for more info.

The new standard is called the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 (or WCAG 2.0), it replaces WCAG 1.0 – the previously recognised global standard which had been in place since 1997 (that’s eons in ‘Internet time’)

What does the new accessibility standard mean for you?


Accessibility conformance explained

November 10, 2006
Posted by in Tools and resources
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You may be asked what accessibility level your site conforms to, or you may have to specify the level you want in tender documents*. This article provides an easy way to think about the accessibility levels of the most internationally recognised accessibility standard – it will more than likely be the one you will use too (or if not your standard will probably be derived from it).

* Tip: you should go for a minimum of double-A compliance, find out what this means below


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