. . . is an app to give site owners a readout on their carbon footprint.
Did you read James Christie’s post Sustainable Web Design at A List Apart yesterday? Go, read it.
Everything Christie had to say speaks to my environmentalist heart. We tech lovers, we web designers, we gadget freaks – we are adding to the planet’s carbon footprint.
We can do something about it. Christie lists ways to lighten your site’s load on the environment. And that’s good. But it’s complicated for people to get a reading on their particular site – where it is now, and the measurable difference changes could make.
If there was an app that would give you a readout on a site it would be so useful. You could figure out how you’re doing and track the progress you made toward goals to reduce your site’s carbon footprint.
Somebody build this app. Please.
James Christie responded to my tweet about this post with a link. Check it out.
— James Christie (@JC_UX) September 25, 2013