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Sustainable Design: HCI, Usability and Environmental Concerns

Tomayess Issa, Pedro Isaias, 1447175123, 9781447175124, 978-1447175124

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English | 2022 | PDF

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This book is concerned with the importance of Human Computer Interaction  (HCI), Usability, user participants, and Sustainability in the  Information Communication Technology (ICT) industry throughout the  world. ICTs have become a crucial instrument for communication,  entertainment, commerce and research and this increased usage is  presenting new environmental and sustainability issues as we try and  meet the ever-growing needs of both businesses and individuals.

Sustainability  and sustainable design must become central to the design of new  technologies to make a concerted effort to tackle the environmental  concerns we face now and in the future. Development frameworks, tools  and models are used and explored, and the New Participative Methodology  for Sustainable Design (NPMSD) is introduced as a way of identifying key  factors needed in developing more sustainable systems including new  smart technology and portable devices.

In this book, the  sustainable step in the design stage is evaluated and assessed by 11  countries: namely, Australia, Brazil, China, Germany, India, Norway,  Singapore, South Korea, Sweden, UK, and USA. The new results are  generated confirming that sustainable design awareness should be  considered by designers, and users to minimize and reduce the carbon  emissions, raw materials usage, and global warming, since these problems  should be tackled soon, otherwise, it will be too late to solve it.   Further research is needed in the future to implement and assess the  sustainable design step with large IT companies to ensure compliance  with environmental standards and rules for sustainable systems.

Sustainable  Design is an invaluable resource for students and researchers,  designers and business managers who are interested in the  human-centered, environmental concerns of sustainable technologies.