Bunnyfoot wins Best Not-for-Profit Award for Kew Gardens
We are thrilled to announce that our work with the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, took home the prize for Best Not for Profit experience at this year’s UXUK Awards.
The UXUK Awards, now in its 7th year, was established to recognise excellence in user-focussed digital or service design, something we are very passionate about.
The Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew take home ‘Best Not-for-Profit Experience’ Award
This year, two Bunnyfoot projects made the shortlist, UCL Innovation and Enterprise was a finalist for ‘Best Information Experience’ and we are honoured to say we beat out some big competition to take home the Best Not for Profit category.
Our work with Kew Gardens covered, an initial expert evaluation, followed by usability testing, development of a revised information architecture, stakeholder workshops, prototype testing on site and visual design.
We have been thrilled to see the newly launched website is receiving some amazing engagement statistics particularly around their ‘read and watch’ section.
We’re no stranger to winning the odd award. In 2017, we won the Best Information Experience for our work with Bimco, and in 2014, 2013 we took home the Best effect on Business Goals awards for Great Rail Journeys and Oxfam.
Congratulations to everyone shortlisted, it was an honour to be listed amongst some of the UK’s best UX teams.