Learn to engage users as active participants in sustainability practices
Learn from our speakers the possibilities as UX Researchers or UX Designers, on how we can reduce negative impact not only in environment but at the same time the infinite ways to add value to our users and society in general.
Creation of quick transactions
Simplification of navigation
Creation of awareness
Opening & Welcome
09:30 | The HCD Sustainability Canvas
Sustainability is an emerging concept in projects and system development. In order to achieve the stustainability goals it’s principles have to be applied within an holistic approach quite similar to the human centered design.
Swohlwahr GmbH & Co KG
10:15 | A call to action – Sustainable Thinking across boundaries in design
Actions have consequences, the products of design creation often come with unforeseeable impacts on life and environment.
Magnus Feil – Sigrid Bürstmayr
Senior Lecturer, Eco-Innovation Design – Lecturer
11:30 | SUX – The Sustainable UX Playbook
The great polar explorer Robert Swan once said: „The biggest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it.“ But what can we as UX Designers do to drive sustainability?
Strategic UX Consultant, Sustainable UX Facilitator
SUX – The Sustainable UX Playbook
13:15 | Interactive Session for a sustainable future
Lets create a sustainability model canvas together.
Moderated by “coming soon”
14:30 | How to design for a sustainable future. Going beyond human centred design
When asked about designing in a sustainable way many people think about working on a product directly linked to sustainability, like cleaning the ocean, developing solar panels, minimising food waste or tackling inequalities. Few are aware that they should start to integrate sustainability in their everyday practices and consider the long term effects of the product they are working on.
Dr. Catalina Mueller
UX Designer & Senior Lecturer
Gisma Business School
Sustainability is here to stay and a tough challenge for all industries. Thankfully, there are viable synergies between UX and sustainability. By saving time and money, they may be decisive – for the planet and for business. User Experience Sustainability Assessment (UXSA) allows to identify and leverage them efficiently.
Dr. Stephan Schwarzinger
UX and User Behaviour Researcher
JOANNEUM RESEARCH – LIFE, Institute for Climate, Energy and Society
16:15 | Closing Q&A Session
Let’s discuss all open questions!