Join us on Thursday, September 23rd, at 2:00pm Eastern for the next edition of ArcGIS StoryMaps Live.
In this episode of StoryMaps Live, attendees will get to hear from some of Esri’s very own cartographic experts and how they use ArcGIS StoryMaps in their work.
- Get up to speed on new enhancements to ArcGIS StoryMaps and see what’s coming next
- Cooper Thomas of the StoryMaps team will moderate a discussion on cartography and storytelling with Living Atlas team members John Nelson and Lisa Berry
- Let Lisa, John, and Cooper answer your questions live
To attend the webinar, register here
Our featured panelists: Lisa Berry, John Nelson, and Cooper Thomas
Lisa is a cartographer, data scientist, and all-around map nerd. With a focus on mapping demographic patterns, she mostly works with data from the U.S. Census Bureau. In 2018, she automated American Community Survey (ACS) demographic data into ArcGIS Living Atlas of the World so that the GIS community could quickly and easily map issues related to public policy. She uses demographic data to help identify the needs of different communities, and this method of policy mapping allows decision-makers to find opportunities to intervene.
Read some of Lisa’s stories:
John Nelson is a map maker, software experience designer, and writer at Esri. He works with the Living Atlas team, creating geographic data, web experiences, moderately-educational blogs, and mildly-instructional videos. He works in a small woodshed in Michigan and relishes the opportunity to chat with other map folks.
Read some of John’s stories:
Cooper is a cartographer and product designer on Esri’s StoryMaps team. A man of many hats—figuratively and literally—Cooper spends his days (and sometimes nights) creating static and interactive maps, producing mapping resources, and contributing to the UI/UX design of ArcGIS StoryMaps. His maps have found their way onto the @Esrigram Instagram feed, the front page of Reddit, and his mom’s fridge. In his spare time, Cooper enjoys tinkering with his synthesizers to create otherworldly soundscapes, reading about socialist modernist architecture, pioneering new kombucha cocktails, and playing Mozart to his houseplants so that they someday grow tall and strong.
Read some of Cooper’s stories: