Double celebration for Nomensa at Wirehive 100
Bristol-based Nomensa, recently celebrated an incredible double win at the Wirehive 100 awards 2017, showcasing digital excellence and exceptional individuals from agencies in the southern counties based outside of London.
The strategic UX design agency has come out on top in two separate categories for Best B2B Website of the Year for its work with Virgin Media Business and in the Digital Innovation category, with the National Trust.
Nomensa gained recognition for its outstanding work, bringing to life the inaccessible through virtual reality experiences for The National Trust, leading users to become immersed in the digital experience. The company was also commended for the exceptional design of the Virgin Media Business website, for being ‘well thought out and carefully crafted to support the brand and tone of voice while being clear, consistent and super easy to use’.
Speaking of the double win, Nomensa’s CEO, Simon Norris said: “It was an honour to even be nominated and it’s a fantastic achievement to celebrate two wins in the Wirehive 100 awards this year. We’re very proud of the talent operating within Nomensa and it’s always hugely satisfying to see our work and clients recognised for delivering extraordinary digital experiences for their customers.
“We always strive to think outside of the ordinary in order to deliver exceptional usability and accessibility for audiences with all levels of capabilities. Our creations are always carefully crafted following strategic planning which we’re pleased to say was noted by the judges, particularly in the website of the year category.”
Marketing Director of Virgin Media Business, Stephen Wind-Mozeley, said: “Our new website has played a big part in our journey to transform online customer experiences and we are continuously building on the opportunities that digital provides us with to improve what we do and how we support our customers. By working with Nomensa we were able to create a site that not only looks great and is easy to use but has increased the value of customer relationships while keeping the public up to date with what we do.”
Tom Barker head of digital at National Trust, added: “Nomensa has helped us to make National Trust accessible to all, allowing us to create deeper connections with our audiences and open up avenues for new customers with immersive digital experiences. Our properties and outdoor spaces provide so much joy to those visiting us - to be able to provide authentic and stimulating experiences that can also be appreciated digitally by users with impairments is absolutely fantastic. We are extremely proud of our project and for it to be recognised by Wirehive as best in class is a testament to all the hard work put in by our team.”
The Wirehive awards returned for its sixth year in 2017, with the ceremony held at the O2 Guildhall in Southampton on October 12.