Rent eco-friendly boats & yachts. Electric, wind or solar-powered.

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With the rise of the collaborative economy became easier then ever to get on a boat. Any boat. In some way is great to see our canals, rivers and oceans full of boats. But at the same time, the more motor boats we have on the water, more polluted it becomes. 

Luckily, there are alternatives to motor boats, but for some reason they are not having the attention they deserve.

Therefore, we are on a mission to promote the rental of eco-friendly boats & yachts. Electric, wind or solar-powered, with our new marketplace.
And also promote ecotourism experiences such as Dolphins & Bird watching, etc.

Triggered by the issue of global warming we want to contribute towards a healthier and eco-friendly planet.

By renting 100% green boats, we aim to eliminate fuel costs/noise/smell and exhaust fumes. 
We want to give people the opportunity to experience sustainable technology hands on. 
We can all have fun without harming the environment. Calmness, that’s what we all need.

Here, to a sustainable future. Let’s make the world great again.

List your eco boatRent an eco boat. Share your boat. iOS & Android.

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Interaction Awards 2016 Shortlisted

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Humbled for the Little Nice Things shortlist in the Connecting category ( Facilitating communication between people and communities ) at the Interaction Awards 2016 along other prestigious Experience Design Studios such as Cooper, Frogdesign, Ideo, Ustwo, RGA, Method, Tellart, Mit, Sapient NitroWork & Co and Veryday 


Interaction Awards represents excellence in interaction design, worldwide.

Interaction Design Tools

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Prototype like a wizard

Here we are in mid 2015, and the world of interaction design tools keeps in agile mode, with more and more players in the scene.

We have been using static design tools that don’t necessarily represent the world around us and the devices we use. The world around us is in motion, and the progressive Experience Designer feels the need to replicate that flux in his digital projects. There’s a need to simulate transitional interfaces, the same way life flows organically from event to event.

Pen and paper might be a good starting point to get your ideas out quickly, but when you want to take things to the next level you will need interactive prototype tools.

Here comes the pain point, with an ocean of new design and prototype tools ( Invision, Marvel, Flinto, Form, Origami, Pixate, Framer JS, Atomic, ... ) which one should designers choose?

Here, an overview of the most popular ones, on Medium