Designing a Viable Future: Sustainability in HCI

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With escalating concerns about technology's impact on the environment, understanding sustainability in HCI is becoming increasingly important. In our paper, we provide a reading list of articles that impart some knowledge on this topic. To guide our choice of readings, we first identified three different perspectives that would be important for practitioners to consider: present and future users, supporting sustainable behaviors, and environmental/global repercussions of technology.

This is our two-minute elevator pitch 'madness style' presentation to help introduce our paper.

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Designing a Viable Future: Sustainability in HCI

  1. 1. Sustainable Design<br />MADNESS<br />STYLE!!! <br />PujaParakh<br />RobertRacadio<br />&<br />
  2. 2. Sustainable Design<br />
  3. 3. Sustainable Design<br />What isit?<br />
  4. 4. Sustainable Design<br />it’s the philosophyof designing physical objects, the built environment, and services to comply with the principles of economic, social, and ecologicalsustainability<br />- Wikipedia, of course…<br />
  5. 5. Renewable energy<br />Sustainable Design<br />Built environment<br />Sustainable furniture<br />Eco-planning<br />Eco-friendly.<br />Appropriate technology<br />Energy sector<br />green<br />Disposable technology.<br />Sustainable agriculture<br />Low-impact high quality<br />
  6. 6. Renewable energy<br />Sustainable Design<br />Built environment<br />Sustainable furniture<br />Eco-planning<br />Eco-friendly.<br />Appropriate technology<br />Energy sector<br />green<br />Disposable technology.<br />Sustainable agriculture<br />Low-impact high quality<br />
  7. 7. Renewable energy<br />Sustainable Design<br />Built environment<br />Sustainable furniture<br />Eco-planning<br />Eco-friendly.<br />Appropriate technology<br />Energy sector<br />green<br />Users<br />Disposable technology.<br />Sustainable agriculture<br />Low-impact high quality<br />
  8. 8. Renewable energy<br />Sustainable Design<br />Built environment<br />Sustainable furniture<br />Eco-planning<br />Eco-friendly.<br />Appropriate technology<br />Energy sector<br />green<br />Users<br />Implementation<br />Disposable technology.<br />Sustainable agriculture<br />Low-impact high quality<br />
  9. 9. Renewable energy<br />Sustainable Design<br />Built environment<br />Sustainable furniture<br />Eco-planning<br />Eco-friendly.<br />Appropriate technology<br />Energy sector<br />green<br />Users<br />Implementation<br />Planned Obsolescence<br />Disposable technology.<br />Sustainable agriculture<br />Low-impact high quality<br />
  10. 10. Sustainable Millennials: Attitudes towards Sustainability<br />and the Material Effects of Interactive Technologies. Kristin Hanks, William Odom, David Roedl, & Eli Blevis<br />Source: CHI 2010: Bikes and Buses<br />Users<br />OneBusAway: Results from Providing Real-Time Arrival<br />Information for Public Transit<br />Kari Watkins, Brian Ferris, Alan Borning<br />Source: CHI 2008 Proceedings<br />Implementation<br />Planned Obsolescence<br />Heavy Metals Concentrations of Surface Dust from e-Waste: Recycling and Its Human Health Implications in Southeast China<br />Anna O.W. Leung, NurdansDuzgoren-Aydin, K.C. Cheung, Mingh Wong<br />Source: Environmental Science & Technology 2008<br />
  11. 11. Thank<br />You<br />MADNESS<br />STYLE!!! <br />

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