Atlantis Island

A playful way to navigate into the global challenges and solutions

 

 Atlantis Island is an advanced, intuitive, and playful way of navigating the ECP solutions, a middle ground between the classic articles navigation and the mind-map navigation, which we are working on.  

Projection of the Atlantis Island designed by Christelle Brian & Joséphine Vazim

This navigation is aimed to be more user-friendly  and accessible for kids and older people.

We are still working on its development, you can find it´s first integration in the Articles’ Navigation.

Are you a vector designer, a webdesigner, an animator, a video game developer or just passionate about any of these ?

Would you like to see this navigation page be operational as soon as possible?

Your skills, advices and support can make a difference!

 

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Notice us mistakes and errors 💬

We are an international team of volunteers, we do not pretend to be expert in everthing and not all us are native in English!

That’s why if you find out any errors or unprecisions, don’t hesitate to report it to us and we will try to fix it as soon as possible!

You can do it through our Contact Form.

⚠️ Don’t forget to add the link of the page or the post concerned!

Get involved with us! 🙋

There is a potential changemaker sleeping in all of us, and we are always looking for new talented people to join our teams!

Don’t hesitate to discover what our teams are doing and what are the benefits that volunteering with us can provided you!

You can check them out here

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We do not dispose your brain to ads, advertisers, neither sell your data. The content we share with you is only done because it follows our core values and we want to share it with you.

We rather prefer to receive an occasional or regular tea from our readers and supporters, than to share content that is not following the mission and the vision of this NGO.

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