Speak at SustainableUX (now 2019)
NEW: Our program for 2018 is FULL. But, if you'd like to submit for 2019, you can!

Our 2018 theme is the intersection of climate change and digital design—a broad space for talks on topics that in the past has included talks about: the carbon footprint of digital, remote work, renewable web hosting, low-footprint web development, biomimicry as an adaptive design approach, environmentally-aware content strategy, and the ethical responsibilities of designers.
Past talks: http://sustainableux.com/talks/

Audience: In 2017, 1,200 attended from all over the world (every continent except Antarctica)—a mix of UX and web folk, students, academics, and business people. Many thousands more have watched the recorded talks on YouTube.

By donation: This year we are encouraging attendees to give to climate causes as a token of appreciation to speakers and volunteers.

Diversity: We are committed to having as diverse a line-up of speakers as possible. We are signatories of diversitycharter.org.

Code of Conduct: http://sustainableux.com/codeofconduct/

Community: On Slack. Contact us for an invitation.

CLOSING DATE: November 20th, 2017.

Follow us at twitter.com/sustainableux and email us at sustainableux@gmail.com with questions.


James, Jen, and Jenn


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