Find out what exciting things have been happening recently.
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 ...
12th May 2011
An overview of our charities - improve your online UX event.
04th May 2011
User experience design agency, Nomensa are embarking upon a four date seminar tour with literacy software solution, BrowseAloud and the British Standards Institute (BSI) to promote digital inclusion.
The four seminar dates aim to promote the adoption of best practice in web accessibility. The dates and locations are as follows:
Date Location Time Tue 17th May 2011 London 10:00 – 13:00 Wed 18th May 2011 Bristol 10:00 – 13:00 Tue 24th May 2011 Birmingham 10:00 – 13:00 Wed 25th May 2011 Newcastle 10:00 – 13:00
Approximately 20% of the population are unable to access websites due ...
18th March 2011
User experience design agency, Nomensa are holding an open day for the charity sector to provide best practice advice for online user experience.
On Thursday 14th April 2011, Nomensa will be opening their doors and inviting the charity sector to an afternoon of seminars and one-on-one website evaluation clinics. There are limited spaces available so Nomensa are advising those wishing to attend to book early to this free event.
Nomensa have a vast amount of knowledge in the online charity sector following work with clients including the National Trust, VSO, Breast Cancer Care, Big Lottery Fund, National Autistic Society, Macmillan ...
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
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 ...
26th October 2010
Nomensa’s Léonie Watson will speak on 27th October, at an event on implementing the revised European Electronic Communications Framework (ECF).
The ECF is a regulatory framework that applies to transmission services for electronic communication, including email and access to the internet. It is hoped that the revised framework will stimulate competition and raise standards across the European Union.
The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills and Ofcom are jointly responsible for implementing the ECF within the UK. A public consultation is open until 3rd December 2010, inviting comment from stakeholders and members of the public.
Léonie will ...
11th October 2010
Nomensa’s Léonie Watson will be speaking at the launch of the UK’s eAccessibility Action Plan on Tuesday 12th October.
The eAccessibility Action Plan will be launched by Ed Vaizey, Minister for Culture, Communications and Creative Industries, and Maria Miller Parliamentary Under Secretary of State for Disabled People.
The Department for Business, Innovation and Skills is behind the eAccessibility Forum where the eAccessibility Action Plan will be launched. The Forum consists of representatives from the private, public and third sectors, and has a remit to explore eAccessibility issues and share best practice solutions.
Léonie will talk about ...
20th September 2010
Nomensa’s Léonie Watson will be presenting a workshop at the London ‘unconference’ on Tuesday September 21st.
Joined by Artur Ortega from Yahoo!, they will be discussing the world of modern screen readers.
The Web Accessibility London Unconference is a one day event being organised on a voluntary basis. The unconference has been labelled this to differentiate it from gatherings with high fees and sponsored presentations often seen in traditional conferences.
Web Accessibility London will include informal presentations, workshops and demonstrations of new assistive technologies.
Léonie and Artur’s workshop is titled: Discovering the world of modern screen ...
09th September 2010
Tea and cake are on the menu at Nomensa on Friday 17th September to raise money for Meningitis UK.
Nomensa has organised a Time 4 Tea fundraising event and will be indulging in some delicious delights which have been brewed and baked for the occasion.
All the money raised will go towards Meningitis UK’s Search 4 a Vaccine Campaign, which aims to raise £7million to fund vital research into developing a vaccine against all forms of meningitis.
Simon Norris, Managing Director of Nomensa said:
The whole team will be getting involved by baking and brewing throughout the day and ...
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