Sydney’s rainiest year to date – UX Connection’s commitment to limiting consultant’s contribution to global warming
How UX Connections is limiting consultant’s contribution to global warming With Sydney on track to break its annual rainfall record, and record breaking heat-waves in the northern hemisphere, we are continuing to experience the catastrophic effects of climate change. At UX Connections AU, we are committed to being mindful of our impact on the environment and encouraging conversation around our environmental responsibilities. We spoke with some of our UX consultants…
As we have chosen to support a sustainability-focused charity this quarter, we wanted to dig a bit deeper in how sustainability and UX can work together. Thus, we had a chat with some of our UX consultants about how sustainability and tech intertwine, discussing how to be sustainable as a UX designer, and some personal tips on things one can do as an individual. How can tech help with sustainability?…
The German automaker’s E-Tron fleet is charging into the EV market later this year.
Wind energy would power every home in the UK by 2030, pledged Prime Minister Boris Johnson at the Conservative party conference.
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European aerospace giant Airbus’ hydrogen-powered ZEROe family of aircraft usher aviation to a greener, more sustainable tomorrow
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Is solar the future for California? The state’s Energy Commission has announced a ground-breaking set of standards for clean energy requirements.
Lara Williams, Editor-at-large Tesla’s new solar panels are set to hit the UK in 2018, but can they reinvigorate a waning industry? Over the past few years, the demand in the US for residential solar power installations has been waning. Plummeting electricity prices and utility companies pushing back against those wanting to go ‘off-grid’ have slowed growth down from 63% from 2013-2015, to a mere 16% in 2016. Meanwhile in…