Dictionary of Sustainable Management (design and production)

Dictionary of Sustainable Management (design and production)

The Dictionary of Sustainable Management is an evolving dictionary for business leaders and students of sustainability and business-related terms. It is a project of the Presidio Graduate School. The purpose of this effort is to help people better understand how sustainability concepts are creating new understandings in the worlds of business, government, and society. I worked with four other colleagues from the Presidio Graduate School (we were all students together) to create this online dictionary of sustainability terms. We wrote the descriptions after consulting several experts, and I designed both the printed (paper) book and the website. (2005) 7″x4.25″ 122 pages, 2-color The 2009 printed edition includes over 300 terms and definitions and 12 images. The online dictionary is open in that anyone can comment on any definition. Periodically, the creators of the dictionary compound comments into printed editions. 2009 Edition Terms: 6 Sigma AccountAbility 1000S Accountability Apathetics Appropriate Technology Assertion Assessment Asset Balanced Scorecard Basic Browns Best Practices Bio-based Material Biodiesel Biodiversity Biofuel Biomass Biomimicry Biosphere Blended Value Bootstrapping Bottom of the Pyramid Brand Brand Experience Branding Brown Power Business Ecosystem/Ecology CAFE (Corporate Average Fuel Economy ) standards CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility) Capital Carbon Disclosure Project Carbon Footprint Carbon Trading Catalyst Cause-Related Marketing Caux Round Table Principles Ceres Principles Cheater Capitalism Clarkson Principles Clean Production Clear Cutting Climate Change Climate Neutral Closed-loop Supply Chain Cogeneration Collapse Collective Intelligence Community Choice Aggregation (CCA) Competition Competitive Advantage Competitiveness Compliance Consumer Cooperation Coopetition Core Competencies Corporate Citizenship Corporate Reporting Corporation Cradle-to-Cradle Customer Experience Customization Debt Swap Demand-Side Management Dematerialization Design Design for Environment Differentiation Diminishing Marginal Utility Discounted Cash Flow Discounting Distributed...
Reveal (concept, design, and development)

Reveal (concept, design, and development)

This was my thesis project from business school. It was something I had been thinking about for awhile but in 2006, I got the opportunity to focus on it as both a design solution and a business. The Reveal rating system creates a trusted, easy-to-use rating for consumers to reward companies with excellent social and environmental performance. Reveal partners with manufacturers, retailers, and NGOs to accurately provide a comprehensive, standardized, and customizable rating that helps people easily and confidently purchase products and services according to their social and environmental values.     The phone interface was designed for feature phones (before smart phones):...