This issue is special in more ways than one. While on the one hand we have a cover story on arguably the most important topic and how we as a community could contribute to its solution, on the other hand we’ve realigned the mission of the magazine to encapsulate a much deeper, richer foundation.
By the cover story on ‘Green UX’, designers are encouraged to recognise the numerous advantages the internet offers but, more importantly, to recognise everything that it necessitates in order to being sustainable. In an age where consuming more has negative implications for everyone, it motivates individuals to explore for methods to use less.
DesignWhine would continue to celebrate the struggles and successes of the community, however, it would feature a lot more themes and sections that make for a broader, enriched lifestyle as a UX designer, which we, at DesignWhine, like to refer to as the “UX Life.”
The inaugural DesignWhine Summit is also announced in this issue, with more information appearing in subsequent issues, on the website, and on our social media platforms. The Summit would be a gathering for all levels of UX designers that would strengthen links within the industry..
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This article was last updated on December 3, 2023; Originally published on August 3, 2022