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10 reasons to attend Interact London

Published
16th September 2014
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Nomensa
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10 reasons to attend Interact London

Interact London is a UX design conference bringing together leading speakers with talks that will explore the importance of design and the roles that User Experience and Information Architecture play in today's digital society.

Here's 10 reasons you should definitely attend!

An introduction to Interact London

Published
12th September 2014
by 
Nomensa
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An introduction to Interact London

Interact London 2014 is a new event we’re launching on the 9th & 10th of October, at RIBA in London. The event is an exciting opportunity to bring together those not only in the user experience and information architecture community, but also creative heads, technologists, strategic thinkers and business leaders.

[CLOSED] ‘Interact London 2014’ – call for speakers

Published
10th June 2014
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Nomensa
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[CLOSED] ‘Interact London 2014’ – call for speakers

‘Interact London’ is a brand new, one of a kind event taking place in London at a central location (TBC), 9th and 10th October 2014. We are looking for seasoned UX, Design and IA professionals to be a part of this by conducting innovative and ground-breaking speaker presentations.

Event summary: World IA Day 2013 Bristol

Published
19th February 2013
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Lauren Lennard
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Event summary: World IA Day 2013 Bristol

On February 9th, the Information Architecture Institute, a group of international sponsors and local coordinators convened to hold fifteen events around the world, including Paris, Budapest, Dubai and New York, in support and celebration of Information Architecture. Bristol were also a host city with Nomensa acting as lead sponsor and organiser.

Five things to look for in a CMS interface

Published
8th June 2012
by 
Alastair Campbell
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Five things to look for in a CMS interface

Our local Bathcamp last night was a "CMS Smackdown", where people representing 7 different Content Management Systems (CMS) highlighted the five things they love, and five things they hate about their CMS.

Standards.Next cognition and accessibility

Published
21st September 2009
by 
Léonie Watson
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Standards.Next cognition and accessibility

Standards.Next is an informal meetup hosted by Opera. The idea is for a group of people to get together and listen to a few presentations on a key theme, then really get involved with questions so the whole thing takes on a workshop style. On Saturday, the theme was cognition in accessibility.