We look at 10 top tips for mobile app design, as recommended by Ellis Reed, one of our accomplished UX and UI designers.
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Register for our webinar 'Social and UX: the Perfect Pairing'
Join Simon Norris and Peter Kay on September the 28th as they discuss the relationship between Social Media and UX Design.
Web accessibility webinar: a look at WCAG 2.1
Our Director of Accessibility, Alastair Campbell will be hosting a webinar on August 8th at 3 - 4 pm BST on, 'Future Accessibility'. Register now and join us for the webinar.
World Information Architecture Day 2017
Following the event we invited the Nomensans that attended (and who weren’t directly involved in the organisation of the event) to let us know what they thought about the talks.
How to improve your web accessibility using W3C's Easy Checks
We've created an infographic based on W3C's checklist of ten factors to help you make a start on creating an accessible website.
Interact London 2015 - call for speakers!
After a successful debut, Interact London will be back on the 20th and 21st October 2015 to welcome UX thinkers into the beautiful settings of The British Museum – the world’s first national public museum.
We’re looking for seasoned UX, Design and IA professionals to be a part of this year’s event by delivering innovative talks to our delegates.
[CLOSED] UX Conference: Collaborate Bristol 2015 - call for speakers!
Collaborate Bristol is looking for skilled speakers to submit a talk proposal for the upcoming event on Friday 13th November 2015.
Run by Nomensa, Collaborate Bristol returns once again to bring World Usability Day celebrations to the region. This year’s event will be hosted in the heart of Bristol’s harbourside, at the Arnolfini.
[CLOSED] World IA Day 2015 - call for speakers
Nomensa are delighted to announce that we have been awarded the opportunity to run the UK edition of World Information Architecture Day (WIAD) for the third year running.
We are seeking high-quality session proposals from experienced speakers on IA and depending on the type of talk you'd like to give, generally speaking, slots are 30 minutes long with Q&A.
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