Join CEO and Founder, Simon Norris and Senior Content Designer, Lauren Ellis for our next webinar. As with all our online events, this session will be recorded and shared with all registrants, so please do sign up even if you can’t attend live.
The nature of digital work requires a collaborative mindset and skills. Organisations encourage collaboration because it results in better team working, building shared purpose, capability and psychological safety.
What can content teach us about collaboration? In this session, moderated by Henry Carroll, Simon Norris and Lauren Ellis will look at collaboration with a focus on content. They’ll explore how the application of practices and tools can lead to better content delivery, and ultimately collaboration.
Simon Norris – CEO and Founder; Nomensa
In 2001, Simon founded Nomensa, a UX design company. He coined the phrase Humanising Technology to reinforce Nomensa’s belief that digital technology should be usable, accessible, and engaging.
With an academic background in Human Psychology, Human Biology, and Cognitive Science, Simon has turned the traditional view of Web design on its head, focusing on people’s emotions and experiences and enabling organisations to engage with their customers more deeply, meaningfully, and ultimately, more profitably.
In his role as CEO, Simon is responsible for the growth and strategic development of Nomensa. He also leads UX strategy and vision for many corporate clients, integrating and refining human centred–design techniques for them. Some of the world’s largest companies have asked Simon to create their corporate UX strategy and digital transformation programs.
Lauren Ellis – Senior Content Designer; Nomensa
Lauren is a senior content designer at Nomensa. She is committed to matching user insights with great writing, and believes you can and should craft engaging copy, irrespective of your character count. She has a BA in English Literature with Philosophy and Ethics.
She spends her spare time painting, writing, and learning about folklore and history. She’s also writing a book about death, our relationship to it and how an awareness of our own mortality has shaped cultures, religions and humanity itself.FREE REGISTRATION
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