Stockholm, Sweden will host the Winter Olympics in 2026. The Olympics typically bring lots of travel, carbon emissions, and environmental damage. However, Stockholm is one of Europe's most environmentally friendly cities and an international role model of global environmental and climate action.
Eco-Dala is a mobile application that enhances the Stockholm Olympic experience in line with the ZeroNet mission. By integrating Google Maps API and AR, users can discover eco-friendly stores, low-emission commuting routes, and sustainable infrastructure. Additionally, the app fosters environmental awareness and promotes sustainable practices globally by making emissions tangible and sharing sustainable concepts.
Collaborate with Olympic teams to curate net zero emissions and a harmless Olympics. By sharing the sustainable concepts and experiences from Stockholm, Sweden, people will be inspired to take action and work together.
Logging in allows users to import their tickets and partially pay for transportation. However, Eco-Dala is accessible without logging in. Additionally, the app provides users with the Olympics schedule and athlete merchandise to support their favorites.
The "Travel" page employs the Google Maps API and provides users with eco-friendly routes and a wide variety of image galleries, allowing them to go beyond the standard recommendations.
Through the locals’ recommendations and exploring sustainable stores with the eco eye AR filter, users can observe how stores implement eco-missions and learn how locals cultivate a relationship with nature.
Users can open the eco eye AR in any place in the city to explore Stockholm’s unique installations and activities according to their environmental policy and share them with their friends.
Users can track their progress and earn exchangeable meals, activities, or products as souvenirs for participating in our Zeronet mission program.
I received various color palettes from our brand visuals. So when applying the visuals after making wireframes, I realized that I needed to maintain consistency in the ratio of colors and establish the typographic hierarchy. Using every color and font in the app can cause confusion and create a mess for users, so now I am very mindful of it.
At one presentation of this project, we got feedback on the cost of making each feature because we tried to build everything by ourselves. After it, we dived more into the project's business aspect, expanding it to possibly every resource we can utilize.
We've been talking about climate change for ages, whether it's in the news, in class, or in articles. But the real challenge is getting people to take action. It's a daunting task that often feels overwhelming, and we may even wonder if our efforts are making a difference. However, after digging into our research on Sweden, we discovered a treasure trove of impressive features in their cities, culture, and mindset that we can all learn from. By sharing these insights, we can spark meaningful conversations and inspire positive changes that will make a real impact in the fight against climate change.