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20th September 2023
We are absolutely thrilled to announce that our Lead Digital Designer, Lucy, is a keynote speaker at Dot All, the international Craft developer conference in Barcelona, Spain.
This year’s event will take place from the 3rd to the 5th of October at the incredible Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art. Lucy will be helping to wrap up the conference as the penultimate speaker!
With two decades in digital design, Lucy perfectly balances UX and UI and thrives from the challenge of creating uniquely instinctual online experiences.
Lucy is a huge champion and advocate of sustainable design, and her talk 'Planet saving pixels. Creating a web that is good for people and the planet' introduces us to digital sustainability and explores practical ways to create more performant websites that help lower a website’s carbon footprint and deliver great digital products for people and the planet.
"This is still a relatively uncovered topic, and one that I’m excited to share at Dot All! By designing with sustainability in mind we can build low carbon websites that aren’t just better for the planet, they load quicker and offer a more accessible experience for the user."
Lucy Williams - Lead Digital Designer
At Abstrakt, we're on our own journey toward better sustainability. It's important to us as a business, as professionals and as people to leave the planet better than we found it, which means making an impact with both our business and our offering. As a web design and development agency, we work hard to reduce the impact of our website projects on the planet as much as possible. The good news is that good design and development practices and an awareness of digital sustainability lead to a better digital product, a better user experience and a more sustainable web - it's a win-win-win!
Itching to know more - get in touch in October to get your hands on a copy of Lucy's slides or to speak to us about sustainable web design.
In the meantime, you can find out all about Dot All 2023 and see the full lineup on the Craft CMS website.
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