Find out what exciting things have been happening recently.
23rd January 2012
In a climate where the total amount of charitable giving remained static in 20111 and Government funding is expected to fall by £2.8bn between 2011 and 20162, charities need to work harder to maintain and increase giving.
11th January 2012
Prospect, the union for professionals has launched their new website after a UX and design overhaul by Nomensa.
30th November 2011
Alongside RSPCA’s website refresh, Nomensa will conduct usability research and testing to evaluate the current website to identify the most advantageous ways to enhance the user experience.
Nomensa’s work with RSPCA will enable the charity to help even more animals in need by optimising the donation journey and motivating more visitors to become donors. Nomensa will help ensure the RSPCA website attains its full potential of being a showcase for the excellent work the charity does engaging and educating visitors on the plight of some animals and how the society helps.
01st November 2011
New research by user experience experts, Nomensa and not-for-profit specialists THINK Consulting Solutions has highlighted the huge scope for improvement for charities’ donation journeys.
06th October 2011
We've been commissioned by Barnardo’s to optimise their online donation process.
25th July 2011
We're working with Meningitis Trust to review the accessibility and usability of their website.
11th July 2011
We've been commissioned by Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) to conduct user research.
06th July 2011
User experience design agency, Nomensa are to partner with Think Consulting and UNHCR to speak at this year’s Institute of Fundraising (IoF) National Convention.
28th June 2011
Ryanair comes bottom in report looking at how accessible the UK’s top ten travel companies are online.
The report by user experience design agency, Nomensa, identifies Ryanair as the worst travel company for providing their customers online with an accessible experience.
Across the board, the top ten travel websites in the UK are falling short on accessibility. First Choice and Travelodge were rated the best of a bad bunch and even then failed to achieve even the basic level of web accessibility.
Nomensa’s report looks at the UK’s top ten travel company websites, including; First Choice, Travelodge ...
25th May 2011
User experience design agency, Nomensa, are holding an afternoon of free seminars and consultancy to provide best practice user experience advice for online retailers.
On Tuesday 21st June 2011, Nomensa will be opening their doors and inviting the retail sector to an afternoon of seminars, workshops and one-on-one UX and accessibility consultancy. There are limited spaces available so Nomensa are advising those who wish to attend to book early for this free event.
The second in a series of online UX events from Nomensa, they will share their knowledge of accessibility and UX to help retailers improve trust, utilise persuasion ...
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