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24th September 2012
In the wake of UCAS figures revealing 2012 applications are down by 7.7 per cent on last year, specialist digital agency Nomensa is today warning that UK universities are missing vital applicants by failing to treat prospective students as online consumers.
11th September 2012
Nomensa’s Director of Accessibility, Léonie Watson has been asked by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) to speak at their latest conference.
Léonie will be attending the event in Berlin to speak about the business approach to HTML5. She’ll be outlining the challenges of moving toward HTML5 and using key case studies to explain the benefits.
Léonie joins Michael Smith, the W3C team member responsible for HTML5 who is also speaking.
The event aims to assist the W3C in their mission to create a platform for the key players in the web-industry to showcase their ...
13th August 2012
When: Tuesday 14th August 2012, 7pm.
Where: Insight Radio, or catch up on the Tech Talks website
Léonie Watson, Nomensa’s Director of Accessibility, joins the Insight Radio Tech Talks programme, the channel’s inclusive technology show.
Léonie will join host Steven Scott and Robin Spinks from RNIB discussing Windows 8 accessibility, the benefits of Android over iPhone and a live test of what's supposed to be the app to change the lives of visually impaired smartphone users!
09th August 2012
Ranked seventh in the World’s top ten universities, University College London’s (UCL) website must effectively support the thousands of visitors it has each year. UCL has commissioned Nomensa to conduct extensive user research to assist in the creation of a long term digital strategy to ensure website users are effectively supported.
08th August 2012
This new ISO standard, known as PDF/UA for short, is aimed at software developers and provides a clear set of rules for ensuring PDF electronic documents and forms are accessible. Our Director of Accessibility, Léonie Watson, was part of the UK committee supporting the US team who were responsible for the standard.
07th August 2012
Everyday Hero are looking to optimise the user interface for online fundraisers via their software product, Heroix that is used by Charities and Event Owners to create fundraising campaign websites.
17th July 2012
Nomensa’s director of accessibility, Léonie Watson will be presenting a seminar on Windows 8 accessibility for blind and partially-sighted people at QAC Sight Village.
02nd July 2012
This Wednesday Nomensa's Director of Accessibility, Léonie Watson, runs a webinar presenting how to make social media accessible to people with disabilities.
02nd July 2012
Nomensa are pleased to announce that we have become W3C members. This will allow Nomensa to participate in working groups where guidelines and specifications are developed as well as opening up the ability to provide strategic direction to the W3C through reviewing activity proposals and operational policies.
- 27th June 2012
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