This is an intensive, one-day introduction to UX Strategy which will help you:
It’s fun, it’s interactive and as well as meeting interesting people to exchange ideas and experiences with, you will learn about methods that will help you develop and improve your UX strategy.
Have you ever created products or services that met every business need, but didn’t meet the expectations of your customers?
Have any of your products and services delivered a great user experience but were unable to turn a profit?
Have you ever wished you’d run your ideas past your customers before committing time and money to them?
Have you ever wondered how to demonstrate the importance of UX to your key stakeholders?
If the answer to any of these questions is “yes”, this course is for you.
Topics covered in the course include:
After completing the course, you will be able to:
Duration: 1 day
Venue: Remote training
Price: £495 (excl. VAT)
We will provide course materials and a certificate of completion.
Pete holds a PhD in Human Factors, which he gained from Loughborough University. He has experience of user-centred research in both academic and commercial settings and has worked on projects in a number of industry sectors (e.g. rail, pharmaceutical, FMCG) for national and global companies.
We have taken huge value and learnt loads. Bunnyfoot were not just making things look pretty, you really understand how people interact and gave clear evidence. You have techniques with teeth…you cannot ignore it, you make things work.
Bunnyfoot saved us time and money, but most importantly, ensured our solution is loved by users (we don’t ever use mandates) and is a “no-brainer” for the key decision makers within our customers. This isn’t just because of the look and feel, it is mostly because of the way Bunnyfoot helped us to understand the real needs of our users.
Programme Manager, FCA
Group Service Innovation Director, Computacenter
Bunnyfoot Ltd (London)
54 St John’s Square,
We’re based in the heart of Clerkenwell, just a 5 minute walk from Farringdon mainline railway and underground stations.