Adventure is out there.

Answer the call.

We believe in exploration, adventure, and endless growth.

And we've made an app to get you there.

Introducing the

Tallassee Tour Guide

An educational, outdoor-adventure app

View maps of the Tallassee Forest to pin the location of important plants and animals on the trail

Use the interactive guide to follow directions and reach points of interest while exploring

Document your favorite things by taking a photo and saving the location to easily find them again

Our Story

We partnered with the Oconee River Land Trust to create an exciting digital resource to help teach young students about land conservation. After the ORLT acquired a heavily-wooded property across from the Bernie-Harris-Lyons Middle School, this seemed like the perfect opportunity to make our vision a reality.

This property, known as the Tallassee Forest, contains a diverse array of plants and animals that are important to the Athens ecosystem. But with over 217,800 square feet and no marked trails, the ORLT was concerned with how to safely guide students through the forest to find these interesting species.

That's where we come in.

We wanted to design something that would easily aid students in locating, documenting, and revisiting pinned points within the forest. Thus, the Tallassee Tour was born.

How it Works

Check out the technology that makes the magic happen. This app was independently created on behalf of the Oconee River Land Trust and can be fully accessed through contacting them here.

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Style Guide

Check out the design elements we've created for our unique Tallassee brand.

View Our Style Guide

Meet The Team That Made It Happen

From geology to computer science, we're students with diverse interests and experiences. Our unique skills set us apart individually, but together we form the perfect team.



Andrew

Cydney

Dat

Rachel

Shep

Contact Us

For more information on the Tallassee Forest and the Oconee River Land Trust, contact us here.

This project has been completed in partial fulfillment of earning the New Media Certificate from the University of Georgia.