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2018: What’s In Store for UX?

Over the past year, we’ve covered a huge range of topics on our blog – from Bitcoin’s user experience issues to chatbots to how human-centred design could change politics. But what will we be talking about in 2018?

We decided to bash our Bunnyfoot heads together to predict what we think will be the key trends to be aware of over the next year when it comes to implementing a user experience – and how to make them a success.


Interviewing the UX Guru

10th February 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.


Bunnytalk: Beacon Research & App Development

10th August 2015
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Last month we hosted our annual Bunnyfoot Summer Party in London, our UX Consultants Mark Pierce and Kea Zhang presented their research and app development on Beacons.


Talk UX Highlights and Takeaways

27th March 2015
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We recently attended Talk UX in Manchester Town Hall, a beautiful space where UX professionals were invited to collaborate, meet and share learnings.


iBeacon technology and user experience

14th January 2015
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Over the last few years Bunnyfoot have been increasingly involved in in-store user experience work, museum experiences, airport and train station experiences etc. As the digital and offline worlds become increasingly fused (mainly due to the ubiquity of mobile but also now wearables and newer initiatives such as the Internet of Things) organisations are investigating how physical experiences can be augmented and improved with technology. One such technology is iBeacons.  


Bunnytalk: Future technologies and the internet of things

23rd September 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.


Test and learn trend continues into 2014

Looking at trends for this year can be done with guidance from developments made last year. Econsultancy have recently predicted a number of digital trends for 2014, including a greater focus on experimentation and agility.


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