All posts for "Social Media" category

How to develop a killer social media strategy

Published
4th December 2018
by 
Peter Kay
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How to develop a killer social media strategy

Peter Kay - Social Media Strategist - looks at how social media in business has many applications and how, when you take time to work out the broader business objectives, you can create a strategy that delivers tangible results.

How UX and social media can work together

Published
25th April 2018
by 
Peter Kay
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How UX and social media can work together

How can social media monitoring help UX designers to better do their job? Peter Kay, Nomensa's Social Media Strategist, explores how adopting a social media strategy can help businesses better understand customer experience and, as a result, improve user journeys.

Where UX design and social data touch

Published
30th November 2016
by 
Peter Kay
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Where UX design and social data touch

Our social media strategist Peter Kay explores the crossover between social media and UX design, summarising a workshop he presented as part of Social Media Week in Bristol #SMWiBristol.

#UXDiscuss

Published
29th January 2015
by 
Peter Kay
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#UXDiscuss

If you have walked past Banksy at Nomensa HQ on a Thursday lunchtime, you might have seen a bunch of us sat quietly hunched over our laptops, tapping away at our keyboards and eating cake with big smiles on our faces. In case you’ve been wondering what on earth we’ve been doing and why we all look so pleased with ourselves, please let me take this opportunity to explain!

Social Media: Use it wisely

Published
31st March 2009
by 
Gemma Savagar
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Social Media: Use it wisely

The web provides masses of opportunities to facilitate engagement, social interaction, communication and community building but which ones are relevant for your site? Despite rumours of ‘facebook fatigue’ social networking sites, such as Facebook, MySpace and Bebo still attract millions of visitors a month and time spent using Twitter is on the increase (complete.com). More and more sites are integrating their own social features or linking into the functionality on these sites. Some functionality can be relatively simple to incorporate, such as ‘share this’ links. Others such as forums can require considerable planning and development. Whatever the method adopted the aim is to increase the ‘fun’ and interactive impact of your site, to both draw the user in and encourage them to return. So…is it worth jumping on the bandwagon?