Sustainable Design for Behavior Change"
Part of the Environmental Studies Program's "Sustainability Cafe" series
Thursay, March 27, 2014, 11:45am-12:45 pm
K-Hall 180/183 (Fireplace Lounge)
Rachel Beth Egenhoefer (Assistant Professor of Design) will lead a roundtable discussion with Brian Dougherty (Founder of Celery Design) and Andrea Steves (Sustainability Manager, Google.org) about how the power of design can be used to create behavior change. Learn how the choices in everything from colors & fonts to materials & microchips and architectural spaces can effect our choices in sustainability.
Brian Dougherty is the founding partner and creative director at Celery Design. Brian has over 15 years of experience specializing in socially and environmentally responsible communications. He is also the author of Green Graphic Design.
Andrea Steves manages Sustainable Innovation & Product Design for Google.org, and formerly was a Partner with Design Less Better, a small consultancy which focused on ethical design. Andrea studied Media Art (BFA, BMus), Computer Science (BSE), and Sustainability/Arts Management (MBA) at the University of Michigan.
Rachel Beth Egenhoefer is an artist, designer and professor whose work sits between design, craft, and technology. At USF she teaches (among many other things) Sustainable Systems in Design in both the Design and Environmental Studies Programs.