How would you defend against disruption? How do you become a disruptor? These are the questions that get answered in our latest whitepaper - read about unicorn businesses and how they achieve success.
All posts for "UX Strategy" category
View our webinar and learn how you can disrupt your competitors using superior UX
Nomensa's CEO and Founder, Simon Norris and Strategic UX Consultant, Alex Metcalf hosted a webinar on 2nd November at 16:30 GMT which revealed how you can harness the power of experience to stay ahead of the disruption curve and learn how the likes of Uber, Airbnb and Spotify are delivering superior experiences in their quest for market differentiation and leadership.
'Brand-erstanding'; bringing a UX centred approach to brand creation
In this article, UX Principal Tim Blass explores the concept of brand and his perspective on how UX supports brand creation.
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.
The Value of Strategic UX, Part 1 : Combating Commoditisation
In this article Simon Norris and Alex Metcalf explore commoditisation and the part that strategic UX play a role in combating the threat it poses business today.
Moving to UX Maturity: Listen, Learn, Respond
Principal UX Consultant, Charlie Martin discusses how you can apply the principle of ‘Listen-Learn-Respond’ to help avoid the disconnect between an organisation and its users.
The Wisdom of Experience Transformation
The majority of business leaders are well aware that design is a strategic weapon in delivering digital transformation, especially regarding the overall goal of creating a differentiated customer experience. But, what does this mean and how do you achieve it?
The Internet of Things: 5 ways to deliver killer UX in 2017
The popularity of The Internet of Things has soared over the last couple of years. If you are considering producing a connected device, how can you be sure it will actually be useful?
- 1 of 4
- Older Posts