All — I propose we keep a running list of current sustainable web evaluator tools/methods. These can be either auto-gen (“auto”) assessments (like Tim’s Ecograder) or manual (“manual”) assessments (like the IMA contest, etc.) From this and with additional work … Continue reading
All, just wanted to share the latest version of the Sustainable Web Ecosystem Design (SWED) model that I am using for edition 2 of my book. This is also being used as instructional material in the class I teach at … Continue reading
Dear group members, We have nominated Pete markiewicz as our new chairman. Congratulations Pete! Besides, I’d like thanking Tim Frick for having taken charge of Interim Chair. Now, please vote for how our chair will be organized. [poll id=”2″] End … Continue reading
Greetings fellow group members, Last week my company Mightybytes launched the first version of EcoGrader, a free tool that helps people better understand website sustainability. Inspired by a need for more sustainable web solutions as well as Hubspot’s Marketing Grader, EcoGrader … Continue reading
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Here are some resources for understanding the current state of Sustainable Web Design: .NET Magazine article: http://www.netmagazine.com/features/save-planet-through-sustainable-web-design MightyBytes Sustainable Web Design Blog (home of the Ecograder web footprint calculator): http://www.mightybytes.com/blog/ Sustainable Web Design Ecosystems http://www.springer.com/us/book/9781461477136 “Sustainable Virtual Design” Blog: http://sustainablevirtualdesign.wordpress.com
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