Ross Donihue

Ross Donihue is a cartographer and product engineer on Esri's StoryMaps team. He uses place-based storytelling to engage users through beautiful, informative, and inspiring cartography. When he's not making maps he's likely carving a spoon, making photos, or dreaming of mountains and fermentation.

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StoryMaps Live! Episode: 8

Join the December episode of StoryMaps Live to learn how educational content creators and K-12 teachers are using ArcGIS StoryMaps.

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Optimize group settings to share stories like never before

Unlock powerful group settings to save time and build capacity when sharing your latest stories authored in ArcGIS StoryMaps

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Using 3D data to understand hurricane patterns

Data shows that hurricanes are increasingly intense and more frequent. Understand how to visualize large spatiotemporal datasets using 3D.

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Breaking the sound barrier in ArcGIS StoryMaps

Learn about new audio capabilities in ArcGIS StoryMaps, with some examples and tips for how to most effectively use audio in your stories.

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Coastal Flooding – rising seas, more flooding

Coastal Flooding: How coastal communities are being impacted by sea level rise and the data that can help

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Creating hand-drawn illustrations for story maps

Hand-drawn illustrations can help explain your story content in fun an accessible ways. Here's one way to do it for your next story map project.

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Using graphics to enhance your storytelling

One of the key differences between good stories and great stories is how authors use graphic elements in their stories.

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Developing successful story map partnerships

Here are some best practices to keep in mind when you partner with organizations to make a story map.

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Storytelling capacity building: Lake Nakuru National Park

In October 2019, we kicked off our first workshop in Lake Nakuru National Park in Kenya. Here’s a recap of all that happened.

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