Bunnyfoot hosted the latest of our regular workshops in London last Thursday, ‘Zoom Out to Zoom In; Designing Effective Human-Centred Services.’ This event brought together some of the biggest brands in the UK with a chance to learn a new approach and network with others in the field.
Last Thursday we hosted the latest of our regular seminar/workshops in London. These workshops always have a service design, UX strategy or customer research focus, and we like to involve all attendees in activities rather than be just passive observers.
This time we were joined by guest speaker Chris Pitt from big data supremos Vertical Leap, who explained how to integrate multiple sources into SEO and customer intelligence and how to identify the targets for UX improvements based on big data. I then went onto outline the importance of qualitative research and behavioural insights – I did a few of my research party tricks and thankfully they all worked (they don’t always but it is usually due to small samples!).
SH:24 were last year’s big winners at the UXUK Awards. They took home the grand prize of Best overall User Experience as well as Best Public Sector and Best innovation.
We were lucky enough to have SH:24 designer, Mollie Courtenay, give us an insight into how they created this award winning service. In the informative talk, Mollie shared some of the tools, methods and principles the team used to grow from concept to scalable commissionable service over the last 3 years.
I recently had the pleasure of attending Rolf Molich’s “Five users will find 85% of the usability problems – and other myths about usability testing” talk hosted by UX Sheffield. This was part of a series of Rolf Molich talks, held in Oxford, Sheffield and London – all sponsored by Bunnyfoot.