The founder of fuseproject spoke at the 2011 Opportunity Green Conference on disruptive holistic design.

In the wake of Steve Jobs’ passing, many in the business community are reflecting on his loss and legacy. There’s no question about the influence that Steve Jobs’ career has had on the field of product design, and there is much that the sustainability community can learn from his design ideals and legacy of innovation. The design process can be a powerful tool for businesses working to create more sustainable products and services. At the 2011 Opportunity Green Conference, Yves Béhar, founder of fuseproject, presented his own ideals for how to take a holistic approach to sustainable design challenges.

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