Alastair is Director of User Experience at Nomensa, where he is responsible for technology research and development, and user experience strategy. When he's not pulling apart code to see how it works, Alastair can often be found propping up the bar after a national windsurfing meet.
Em is a Senior Web Developer at Nomensa, where she leads on complex front end development projects. When she's not building fabulously accessible websites, Em likes to do a bit of gardening, but not as much as she likes watching football and supporting Aston Villa.
Gemma is a Senior User Experience Consultant at Nomensa, where she works on a range of user research and design projects. When she's not building excellent experiences, Gemma likes painting, climbing and listening to indie rock music, although probably not all at once.
Gosia Mlynarczyk is an Accessibility Consultant. When she’s not inspecting websites, with one eye on the screen and the other on accessibility guidelines, she likes travelling, reading, watching science programs, and listening to music.
James is a UX consultant at Nomensa, with a love of brightly coloured clothes and cognitive psychology. When he's not saving websites he's out with his camera or going to gigs.
For the last 9 years Jon has been designing and optimising interfaces across the web, software and product development industries. From purely digital clients to high street retailors (via Nigerian oil fields!) he has consistently championed the cause of the “user” in design. His clients include Sky, Evans Cycles, the Student Loans Company, DECC and Shell.
Juliet is a Principal UX Consultant at Nomensa, where she is responsible for implementing user experience strategy and services with a focus on the not-for-profit sector. When she's not considering the many facets of user research, Juliet can often be found explaining why cheese doesn't talk, and other life mysteries, to her small daughter.
Lauren works within the marketing team, telling the world about the amazing things Nomensa does. Lauren's hobbies include eating, sleeping and stretching.
Léonie is Director of Accessibility at Nomensa. She is a member of the W3C HTML Accessibility Taskforce, and the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines and Protocols and Formats working groups.
Matt is a Web Developer at Nomensa, where he works on a range of front end development projects. When he's not cropping pixels and closing tags, Matt can usually be found taking part in a variety of outdoor pursuits, which often result in him being covered head to toe in mud.
Mike is a usability analyst at Nomensa and from classical to pop, he loves his psychology. He aims to stop humans from shouting at their computers and to own a sloth sanctuary one day.
Nomensa are experts in web accessibility strategy, web usability analysis, accessible website design, CMS procurement and implementation.
Oliver is an Application Developer at Nomensa, specialising in Drupal and PHP development. Outside of work, Oliver is a keen contributor to the Drupal community - attending local user groups, maintaining several of his own contributed modules, and blogging about the latest Drupal developments and issues.
Nomensa Founder & CEO. After 17 years of dedication to user-experience design (UXD) Simon has been around the block a few times! Simon's passions are creativity and innovation. Simon believes that digital technology should not feel like completing the Rubik's Cube - that represents a big bad fail! Great experiences should feel engaging, intuitive and easy. Simon also believes that great interaction experiences are designed from a top-down approach and focus on uncovering what is meaningful.