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.
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Interact London 2016 - Call for speakers
Applications are now open to those wishing to speak and host workshops at Interact London 2016.
World IA Day 2016 - Call for speakers
Nomensa are proud to announce that we will once again be running World IA Day (WIAD) Bristol. Taking place on the 20th February at Arnolfini, hundreds of people around the world will focus on this year’s theme: "Information Everywhere, Architects Everywhere”.
We are seeking high-quality session proposals from experienced speakers on IA - slots are 30 minutes long including Q&A.
10 reasons why you shouldn't come to our UX Conference Interact London
Thinking about coming to our UX Conference Interact London this year? I'd be wary if I were you. Here's 10 reasons you should stay well away (or not)...
[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.
A Responsive Web Design primer
In less than 2 years responsive web design (RWD) has become a digital design trend.
If you think the number of devices that needs to be considered is mind-boggling in 2013 this is likely to be insignificant to the potential ways we will use information (and screens) in the future. This makes the whole RWD approach very practical and those who have embraced it are building a platform that will allow future devices.
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.
Making Sense of the Cross Channel Experience
More and more in recent years we are being asked to consider wider design problems than simply websites. The long predicted age of ubiquitous computing is fast approaching (or is already here). The layers of information are continuously building up and a method of representing them is now more important than ever.
In this post I share some thoughts for helping users form a consistent conceptualisation of a system. The aim being to design more meaningful cross channel experiences for users, irrespective of their chosen method of interaction.
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