In November 2017, Nomensa's CEO and Founder, Simon Norris and Strategic UX Consultant, Alex Metcalf, held a webinar on how the likes of Uber, Airbnb and Spotify adopt a superior UX strategy in their quest for market differentiation and leadership.
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S=R/E or How I’ve Learned to Let Go of Delight
Stephen Hawking, in writing the introduction to “A Brief History of Time” reported the long-standing folk rule about science writing for lay audiences: Sales cut in half for every equation he introduced in his book. Two things about that: A) I can’t find any authoritative source for the original notion and 2) what does that mean for this article when the title is an equation?
UX Design is not a Desk Job
Aled, one of our Senior UX Consultants spent a day riding in an ambulance as part of a UK-wide service UX design project. Here are his thoughts.
Pop in to Nomensa’s One-Day UX Surgery on Thursday 12 May
In celebration of Digital Bristol Week, we are opening the doors of our Bristol office on the afternoon of Thursday 12 May for a special one-off UX surgery, open to all.
What is a UX Strategy, and why do I need one?
Simon Norris explains how a successful UX strategy and the resulting high level of UX maturity can help a business protect from digital disruption whilst gaining a competitive advantage and providing both consumer and business value.
Interact London 2016 - Call for speakers
Applications are now open to those wishing to speak and host workshops at Interact London 2016.
UX Conference: Collaborate Bristol 2015 - Jazzing up your collaboration
On 13 November, 200 of the finest digital minds in the South West descended on Bristol's iconic Arnolfini for a day of talks delivered by some of the leading minds from the UK and USA's creative industries. As a relatively new employee here at Nomensa and someone who is always eager to further my knowledge, I went along to see what all the fuss was about...
Design Principles at the Cinema: a UX Consultant's tale
As a UX consultant I often find it difficult to avoid or ignore poor design, particularly in the digital world. One rather damp weekend back in August I was taken to the cinema to watch the Pixar film Inside Out. On arrival, none of the traditional ticket windows were manned leaving me in the hands of the self-service ticket machines. The resulting experience led me to conclude that the designer(s) failed to adhere to some of the most basic design principles, as I will now demonstrate.
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