Bunnyfoot is a service and experience design consultancy with a focus on evidence-driven design. We believe the ability to create exceptional experiences at speed is vital for modern business to thrive. We welcome intuition and creativity, but know that evidence-led design leads to better and more profitable products and services.
For over 20 years leading brands & businesses have trusted Bunnyfoot to deliver exceptional experiences that achieve positive and profitable business outcomes. Insight, research and testing are stitched in through our programmes to provide a solid evidence-base for confident decision making. We can do it all (as your experience design partner) - or we can help you do it better (as your evidence partner) - your call, we're flexible.
We focus on UX Strategy, Service & Experience Design, Customer research, Design thinking, UX/UI, User centred design and usability testing. We also empower teams by providing UX Training, lab hire and fieldwork recruitment. Some of our recent clients include: easyJet, HSBC, The National Archives, Tesco, Bupa and BT.
54 St John's Square
Research takes the guesswork out of creating a great user experience.
Testing and evaluation are essential to our process. Backed up by our bespoke recruitment team, Bunnyfield, it is only through testing that we are able to understand how effective and efficient design ...
Being focused on the needs of your customers runs far deeper than usability testing and fixing issues. We work with you to understand the current level of UX maturity within your organisation and deve ...
Our designers apply their knowledge of behavioural science and design principles to translate insight about your business and customers into effective, accessible and delightful experiences that creat ...
We help companies tackle complex service challenges, both emerging technology service propositions and improvements to existing global and local customer services.
We offer 17 intensive interactive courses structured to support you through strategy, research, defining requirements, design, and delivery.