The internet is becoming the world’s largest source of CO2 emissions. 560,000 agencies around the world make daily design decisions on behalf of their clients, directly impacting internet sustainability. By applying sustainability principles to the process of designing digital products and services, we can make better decisions on behalf of people and planet. Come hear Tim Frick - author of Designing for Sustainability - as he outlines strategies to make sustainability an integral part of your product design and development. He'll also discuss a design framework for sustainability and tactics to implement in day to day digital work to keep sustainability in the forefront of the process.
Tim Frick is the owner of Mightybytes, a Chicago-based digital agency and certified Illinois B Corp believing in social justice and environmental stewardship. A regular conference presenter, he is the author of four books. He is also board president of Climate Ride, which produces multi-day endurance events that raise funds for clean energy, climate education, bicycle advocacy, and sustainability. He can be found @timfrick on Twitter or you can reach him via his blog at timfrick.com.