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Pete M.


Los Angeles, CA

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June 6, 2012


If you could change one thing about the web, what would that be?

Greater sustainability. As you'll see from my Sustainable Virtual Design blog at, I'm interested in inclusive web design and development because it is part of sustainability frameworks developed for other design areas (e.g. architecture and industrial design). In these areas, sustainable designs maximize user access and use, and a sustainability framework for the web will need to include accessibility. In other words, we need any "green" boilerplate to incorporate the latest and greatest accessiblity techniques.


Been developing websites since 1993, including design and programming. Teach design and programming at the Art Institute of California, Los Angeles. Developing a theory of sustainability for the virtual world.

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