As web developers, our mind is often focused on aesthetics and practicality. Customers want functional websites that look the part and promote their business in the right light. However, there is a new focus that is taking over the market and forcing web developers to think differently. This focus is sustainable web design.
However, there is a way that you can track your website's carbon emissions and offset them by investing in eco-friendly projects, like planting trees or developing water filtration systems. It’s easy to do, and all you need is access to Google Analytics and the right software!
We released an update this week which adds support for Google Analytics 4.
Google does more than allow you to scroll the internet. Now, it will help developers to decrease their online footpint.
We have released a new update for the Zifera App and website.
At Zifera, we offer a tool to analyse, optimise and compensate for the CO2 emissions of your website. We strongly believe that optimising or reducing your carbon footprint is the most important step companies should take to reduce their emissions.
The United Nations have gathered to create a better world. This is happening right now at COP27, more commonly known as the 2022 United Nations Climate Change Conference.
We all want to make a positive difference in the world. But recent studies have shown that our online habits are holding us back. Small things that we do in our business every day, like sending an email or hosting a Zoom call, are all contributing to carbon emissions and harming the environment.
Zifera helps websites become more sustainable by lowering the carbon emission. We offer something no other service has. Our tools constantly help you to monitor how green your website is, and give you real-time tips on how to lower the carbon footprint.
An overview of the updates that we released on October.
Your small business can make a BIG difference when it comes to helping our planet. Even if you’re a one-man band, there are still changes that you can make to the way you work that will result in a better world for you, your customers and future generations.
How do we determine if a website is performing in terms of CO2 emissions? How do we make this clear to our customers?
If the pandemic taught us one thing, it’s that e-commerce will never go away. Browsing several online stores to find the right price for that bread machine from the comfort of one's own couch is unbeatable.
Sustainable certification and the reduction potential of CO2 emitted by websites