Blog: Sustainable Software Development

A picture of a village with houses and a forest in the background. It symbolizes partizipation.
Participatory software development has the potential to promote sustainability in social, environmental and economic aspects by taking into account the needs and concerns of different interest groups (stakeholders) and developing joint solutions to complex challenges.
A young man is sitting in front of a desk and designs a website.
Accessible web design is not only an ethical imperative, but also a legal requirement in many countries. A website that is accessible to people with disabilities also offers benefits to all users, as it is more user-friendly, easier to understand and better structured.
A team of software practitioners puts their hands together.
The familiar concepts of Usability (UI) and User Experience (UX) focus on designing digital products and services in such a way that they are easy and intuitive to use while offering users a positive experience. This is primarily about improving and optimizing design and interaction features. Inclusive UX goes beyond this and aims to design digital products in such a way that they are accessible and usable for all users, regardless of their individual skills, cultural backgrounds or technological knowledge.