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03rd March 2011
When: Thursday 3rd March, 1.00pm – 3.00pm
Where: BBC Bristol
Nomensa’s Managing Director, Simon Norris will be speaking at the Innovation Academy about invisible design, psychology and customer experience.
He will be joining Bristol Media and BBC Academy for the event at the BBC offices in Bristol.
The Innovation Academy will question what makes good interface design and how we can make the web more intuitive for users. Simon’s presentation will go deep into the psychology of human-computer interaction.
Websites, smartphones and apps that focus on understanding human behaviour and building that into the design ...
02nd March 2011
When: Thursday 3rd March, breakfast show.
Where: BBC Radio Bristol, or via the BBC Radio Bristol website.
Nomensa's Director of Accessibility, Léonie Watson, joins the BBC Radio Bristol breakfast team to talk about audiobooks.
To celebrate World Book Day, Léonie will join host Steve Fevre to talk about audiobooks and the importance of them to the visually impaired.
As an avid reader, I am thrilled to be on BBC Radio Bristol to chat with Steve about the benefits of audiobooks for the visually impaired.
Léonie's appearance on BBC Radio Bristol will be ...
25th February 2011
User experience design agency, Nomensa have launched a YouTube channel to share their passion for accessibility and technology.
16th February 2011
Working with high profile clients on big projects means that we sometimes need to call on additional resources with brilliant digital expertise that share our passion for delivering the highest quality user experience.
For this reason and for you to find out a little more about Nomensa, we are holding a series of freelancer ‘open’ days in March. These days will give you the opportunity to visit Nomensa’s new offices in Queens Square, Bristol, chat with one of our senior practitioners and demonstrate your creative, usability, technical or accessibility credentials.
If you are interested in coming in to meet ...
14th February 2011
User experience design agency, Nomensa are to revolutionise Derbyshire County Council’s web presence with a full website redesign.
After showcasing our vast experience with Council websites, Derbyshire County Council were keen to commission our skills for their online offering.
A key aim of the project for Derbyshire County Council was to ensure that the new website supported Derby’s residents effectively. Nomensa’s user-centred design approach will ensure that user needs are considered and researched prior to wireframes and designs being developed. Both will be tested vigorously with real users to ensure they can find key information on the ...
14th February 2011
When: 14th February 2011
Where: The Square Pig, Proctor Street, Holborn, London.
Nomensa’s Léonie Watson is to present at a London Web Standards event, speaking about assistive technologies.
London Web Standards is an informal event where web developers and editors meet once a month to discuss creating websites to web standards.
Léonie will be part of the accessibility, best practice and harsh realities event and will look at the realities of screen readers, including how mark-up affects accessibility in these times of ARIA and HTML5. Léonie will also be speaking about screen reader usage statistics and ...
14th February 2011
User experience experts, Nomensa are to conduct a series of usability testing sessions to improve the Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) website.
RHS are the UK’s leading gardening charity and are dedicated to advancing horticulture and promoting good gardening.
With spring on the way, the charity are keen to ensure that the website is effectively providing information on gardening, their venues and shows and that the website promotes the online store.
Having recently implemented a new online “members ecommerce” system (EMS) to cater for online membership sign-up and gift membership sales, Nomensa will now test the sign up and donation ...
08th February 2011
- When: Tuesday 2nd February, 8.40pm.
- Where: BBC Radio 4, or via the In Touch website.
Nomensa's Director of Accessibility, Léonie Watson, joins the In Touch team to talk about web accessibility.
Radio 4's In Touch programme is a weekly radio show that reports on issues relevant to blind and partially sighted people. On tonight's programme Léonie will be joining host Peter White and BCAB President Mike Townsend. The show will feature as part of the “Blindness for beginners” series, with this one focussing on computers and technology.
The panel will be responding to enquiries ...
03rd February 2011
Myagency has selected Nomensa’ Content Management System (CMS), Defacto, to host their website.
After significant research into the numerous CMS’ on the market, Myagency selected Defacto as it ticked all the boxes on their considerable list of requirements.
With a small web team with little technical knowledge, Myagency required an intuitive CMS that would effectively support their need to easily maintain website content.
Having been created by a team of technology and user interface experts, Defacto was created to humanise managing website content. Defacto will enable Myagency’s web team to make light work of managing website content for users ...
03rd February 2011
User experience design agency, Nomensa, are to work with the Universities and Colleges Admissions Service (UCAS) to improve online usability.
As the primary avenue for potential students to find out key information on how to apply to university, it is critical that the UCAS website enables users to find key information on places to study, apply and track their application intuitively.
Nomensa will conduct a series of usability testing sessions with actual and potential users of the website to examine the accuracy of how it is currently assisting users in completing their goals online.
Juliet Richardson, Head of Usability at ...
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