Ashley Du (she/her/hers)

From a travel blogger turned GIS professional, Ashley Du (she/her) has been an advocate for helping folks build their network and growing as a professional. She specializes in her GIS work around environmental justice and projects around GIS for equity and social justice. Du also co-founded and leads, Ecos, the sustainability employee resource group at Esri. She believes learning about the world and different cultures is an important way to grow personally and professionally.

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Effective strategies for engaging with your audience

Learn how to plan your story and understand how to strategize when it comes to your content

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Illustrating the point: A conversation about storytelling through design

Gustavo Cardenas, StoryMaps graphic designer, and three teammates chat about the impact of illustration and design in story narratives.

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Elevate your storytelling: Integrating multiple apps in ArcGIS StoryMaps

Get started and learn more about seamless integration of ArcGIS Apps in your stories.

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Enhancing visual storytelling with the table block in ArcGIS StoryMaps

Explore the exciting new table block feature to present your data in an organized manner.

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Our favorite stories of 2022

What an amazing year of beautiful and inspiring stories made by our community. Learn more about some of our favorites here!

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Meet the judges for the 2022 ArcGIS StoryMaps competition

Get tips on submitting a winning entry and ask your questions live, too.

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Employing, and enjoying, sidecar’s three immersive layouts

Sidecar, one of the immersive blocks in ArcGIS StoryMaps, now features three layouts. Here are some thoughts about how best to utilize them.

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How (and why) to narrate your instructional stories

Three tips for adding audio to your stories to boost learning comprehension

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ArcGIS StoryMaps Live! Episode: 13

In this episode of ArcGIS StoryMaps Live, attendees will get to hear folks working with NASA, EPA, and NOAA and how they use ArcGIS StoryMaps.

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