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Guide présentant les principales bonnes pratiques de design pour réaliser des services numériques à l’empreinte environnementale réduite. Il aborde les questions d’éco-conception en tentant de faire le pont avec l’accessibilité, l’économie de l’attention ou encore la diversité.

The internet consumes a lot of electricity. 416.2TWh per year to be precise. To give you some perspective, that’s more than the entire United Kingdom. From data centres to transmission networks to the devices that we hold in our hands, it is all consuming electricity, and in turn producing carbon emissions. How is your website impacting the planet?

In programming, the rule of least power is a design principle that "suggests choosing the least powerful [computer] language suitable for a given purpose".[1] Stated alternatively, given a choice among computer languages, classes of which range from descriptive (or declarative) to procedural, the less procedural, more descriptive the language one chooses, the more one can do with the data stored in that language. Source

Rather than “here’s what you asked for, as well as a million other things just in case you’re interested”—i.e. the philosophy of engagement—this is “here’s the essentials, there’s more if you want it”—i.e. progressive disclosure. Source