Learning from Green Technology Designers
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This thesis presents results from a qualitative case study on environmentally minded technology designers, and provides an account of how these designers think, differ and behave. Through semi-structured interviews, we interview designers at a large mobile phone manufacturer. The responses of environmentally minded designers are contrasted with traditional designers. The findings lead to a discussion on the differing roles, tradeoffs and standards between these two groups of designers.
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Earl Friedberg (2014). Learning from Green Technology Designers. UWSpace. http://hdl.handle.net/10012/8257
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