Thoughts, ideas and solutions on UX, web accessibility and design
An infographic explaining the 5 steps involved in creating the perfect donation journey.
Step 1: Engage The potential donor becomes emotionally engaged with the charity. This can occur offline (for example, through a television advert) or online (through case studies). Step 2: Nudge The donor is tipped over into actually deciding to make a donation. This typially occurs on the “Donate” landing page and is supported by a […]
Econsultancy recently crafted a Modern Marketing Manifesto, listing twelve constituents forming reasons why marketing is increasingly valuable, and how digital and classic methods can fuse and work together.
It was point three in the manifesto that caught our eye: ‘Experience’.
I have nearly come to the end of my eight week internship with the lovely team at Nomensa – it’s gone so quickly! Being a second-year Psychology student, any work experience is so valuable; an internship being ideal. So as you can imagine, I was thrilled when I landed the role at the company, and most definitely have not been disappointed…
Nomensa timeline infographic 4 founding members 2001 – Nomensa was founded! Established in 2001, Nomensa has worked with an extensive range of high profile clients. Bringing together the principles of psychology and design to achieve meaningful design interaction. Image: Aerial picture of Queen square, where Nomensa is based. 2002 – Humanising technology Nomensa CEO Simon […]
So how do you change the behaviour of the masses through a website? Well, through social engagement! It’s not just how well you formulate or present your argument. It’s not just about design. It’s about encouraging behaviour of the masses to follow the grain of change. And it starts before a wireframe, before an IA development or even a basic sketch. It starts with the campaign concept. The idea.
Birthday crown for Kbow accompanied by a cheeky birthday pout! http://t.co/IYH1iXKEQ4