Our Founder and CEO Simon Norris and UX Consultant Alex Metcalf explore UX considerations that will help your organisation return to scale and emerge strongly from this challenging time.
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Five digital tactics to beat service overload
COVID-19 has resulted in unforeseen demands on many organisation's digital infrastructures. Here, Nomensa CEO Simon Norris and UX consultant Alex Metcalf, share their expertise on how UX measures can help overcome service overload.
Is your business suffering from experience drag?
Experience drag is a long-term build-up of poor UX design and management decisions that drag you back when you try to create great digital experiences. Simon Norris and Alex Metcalf explore the antidote.
The Customer Focus Canvas: A free tool for improving your organisation’s customer focus
What does customer focus look like in practice and how do you elevate your organisation from your current level of customer focus to a new level of excellence? Simon Norris and Alex Metcalf explore through their recently developed Customer Focus Canvas.
How to improve your UX capability
Great experience has no ceiling and is hard to copy. In this blog post, Simon Norris - Nomensa's CEO and Co-Founder - and Alex Metcalf - UX Consultant - explore how you can deliver customer experience that's light years ahead of your competition and there’s little they can do about it.
The business case for Customer Experience (CX)
Simon Norris and Alex Metcalf explore how a great customer experience (CX) is a modern business imperative for commercial success.
How to achieve customer focus
How can you deliver a better experience for your customers, as well as drive greater profitability and market differentiation? The answer is through customer experience. Simon Norris, our CEO and founder, and Alex Metcalf, UX Consultant, tell all.
Customer focus - How to lead your market
Simon Norris - Nomensa's Founder & CEO - and Alex Metcalf - Principal UX Consultant - explore the value of customer focus and why every 'architect' in your organisation needs to understand why the whole is always greater than the sum of its parts.
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