Are the user flows clearly defined and streamlined? Are there additional images or videos that don’t add value? What colors and fonts are chosen? Has a page weight been budgeted?
See below resources that I find helpful as a designer to reference, and can serve as a jumping off point to learn more about sustainable web design.
A great database for sustainable web design information for designers, developers, business operations and more.View source
Learn about the sustainable design principles behind an online magazine about sustainability and just internet for all.View source
A blog full of information about sustainable web best practices, examples of green sites, and tips on improving yours.View source
A collection of tips, tools and resources for eco-conscious digital designers.View source
Using a performance budget calculator can help you as a designer figure out how to achiee the clients goal with the least amount of data.View source
Since 2004 the GreenIT community has written books, articles, and created courses on making the web a greener place. Their site is full of helpful training and articles to learn more.View source
Conferences and talks hosted by UX professionals who care about tackling the increasing climate urgency crisis through a design lense.View source