Bristol-based UX designer is one of top 100 shaping the future of Britain’s digital industry
A recently announced list recognising digital design pioneers and user experience superstars includes UX Manager Vicky Brown from Bristol-based UX design agency, Nomensa.
“I’m honoured to be recognised in such a highly acclaimed industry list. “
Decided by the British Interactive Media Association (BIMA), the lists at BIMA 100 salute the people who are shaping the British digital industry in particular fields. Its BIMA 100 UX & Design Stars list celebrates the people who “Design the products, services and experiences that are pushing the boundaries of what we have previously held to be possible.”
Vicky (pictured left) says of being inducted into the BIMA 100, “I’m honoured to be recognised in such a highly acclaimed industry list. I’m passionate about the work we do at Nomensa and consider myself lucky to work on high profile clients such as the Eden Project, the National Trust and Innovate UK.
“To be acknowledged for the role I’ve played in delivering for these clients and leading a team of UX consultants here at Nomensa is fantastic.”
Simon Norris, Founder and CEO of Nomensa, adds “I’m thrilled to see Vicky achieve this incredible accolade which is a testament to all her hard work. I foresee her achieving even greater things across the course of her career, of which we believe will be a long and prosperous one. We have already seen her excel in her roles, working collaboratively with her team and clients to deliver world-class projects.”
Bristol’s Nomensa is no stranger to the BIMA awards, with its Developer Emily Coward also listed in 2016.
You can see more about Nomensa via Nomensa’s website or by following them on Twitter here: @we_are_Nomensa. And you can see the full list announced at the BIMA 100 ceremony being held on the 9 May at the Ham Yard Hotel in London.