Ross Donihue
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Ross Donihue is a cartographer and product engineer on Esri's StoryMaps editorial team. He uses place-based storytelling to engage users through beautiful, informative, and inspiring cartography. He is dedicated to using technologies to make fresh visuals that attract attention, showcase impact, and engage new audiences. He has a masters degree in Environmental Management from the Yale school of Forestry & Environmental Studies. When he's not making maps he loves woodworking projects, photography, and fermentation.

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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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StoryMaps Live: February storytellers Whitney Kotlewski and Raynah Kamau of Black Girls MAPP

Join the February edition of StoryMaps Live to learn how featured storytellers from Black Girls MAPP use storytelling to inform and inspire.

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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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Measure the traffic your story maps receive with Google Analytics

Start tracking your story map performance using Google Analytics today.

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StoryMaps Live! Join us for a new webinar series

A new webinar series, StoryMaps Live, is coming September 18. Get registered and learn all about ArcGIS StoryMaps.

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Crowdsourced Mapping for ArcGIS StoryMaps—Easy as 123

How to add user generated content to ArcGIS StoryMaps using Survey 123.

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Story Map: Sounds of the Wild West

Every ecosystem has a voice. Explore the sounds of the four most iconic ecosystems in Montana.

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