Marketing Director of Bristol-based Nomensa bags a spot on the BIMA 100 List

The UX design company congratulate another employee for the award
28th May 2019

Bristol-based UX design agency, Nomensa, gets another one of its employees onto the British Interactive Media Association’s (BIMA) 100 2019 list.

BIMA 100 list’s fundamental purpose is to celebrate innovation and excellence across the digital industry. It’s a shoutout to the best digital and creative talent in the UK, and Catherine Vaughan, Nomensa’s Marketing Director, has been recognised in the Strategists and Consultants category.

She’s not the first to represent Nomensa on the list – UX manager Vicky Brown and developer Emily Coward previously featured over the past few years; a testament to the great work they’re doing in the world of user experience.

A congratulations

Dubbed one of the biggest nights in the digital industry calendar, getting onto the BIMA 100 list is a coveted honour.

The Strategists and Consultants category is defined as recognising the people who have applied digital insight and/or technological innovation at either an organisational or product/service level to shift perceptions, solve business problems or, in some cases, bring about complete organisational transformation.

Nomensa’s co-founder and managing director, Sally Lincoln, is thrilled about Catherine’s inclusion. She says, “Her wealth of experience coupled with her strategic thinking and keen eye for detail are second to none.

“During the course of Catherine’s career and particularly during her time at Nomensa, she has achieved a tremendous amount and I’m certain that she will continue to thrive – she thoroughly deserves this recognition.”

Catherine is also delighted about the news, “I’m incredibly humbled to be featured on this highly acclaimed list alongside a stellar group of individuals.

“I feel honoured to be a part of the company’s mission for communicating the importance of an inclusive digital-first mentality. To be acknowledged for the BIMA 100 feels great.”