James Christie has posted all of the conference talks. The videos range from his own Carbon Conscious Web design to Jen Briselli's Meta-Sustainable UX, as well as Mike Gifford's excellent Open Source and Sustainability talk. Have a look - these talks are full of fantastic nuggets, and will catapult you into some key information as
Chris Adams' Mural for the steps he went through to plan, build and host a Sustainable website is not only enlightening, but also full of information anyone can use to follow through on their Sustainability Web Project. Here's the link to the Mural - let me know what you think! https://app.mural.ly/t/productscience/m/productscience/1450000827558/view/1235476403
'Sustainable Virtual Design' is one of the spots you'll want to bookmark. Full of excellent research, as well as tips you can apply immediately, this is a daily go-to for keeping up on Sustainable UX. From advice on hosting services to CMS systems, the level of useful content is nothing short of an Oasis for those
I had the chance to listen to Tim discuss his book during last week's Sustainable UX Conference. It was an inspiring challenge to action - a real contrast to often academic and theoretical talks that don't have any solutions at the ground level for individuals. I highly recommend his new book, 'Design for Sustainability' when
Are you deep in the throes of evangelizing the case for Sustainability? CarbonVisuals.org does an amazing job of providing visual resources to get your presentation, white paper or product-pitch moving. You can find a comprehensive set of compelling images at Flickr as well.