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MADE and the Sustainable Design Network

By Alex | April 11, 2011

Following the presentation of my paper ‘Design Standards: Industrial Acceptance and Implementation’ at the Loughborough University Design School Research Student Conference 2010 (DeSReS), I was pleased to be invited to contribute to another similar event organised by the Sustainable Design Network, an initiative from the same group. The event, ‘Sustainable Consumption: 16th Sustainable Design Network Seminar’, was held at Nottingham Trent University. My paper for this was ‘Case Studies in the Application of Sustainable Design Standards’. It was an update to my previous year’s address in that new developments within the research were outlined. This was done with a particular emphasis on the economic benefit of Sustainable Design, along with how it has been integrated into the new product development process by commercial organisations.

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