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ArcGIS Experience Builder Showcased Web Apps of 2022

With ArcGIS Experience Builder, you have the tools to create a web experience exactly how you want. It can be as simple as a map with a legend or a more immersive experience with multiple pages, scrolling screens, 2D and 3D data, imagery, surveys and dashboards.  

This past year our users created web apps for all types of unique and important workflows— from engaging the public with education and virtual events—to helping protect the planet with wildfire activity maps and biodiversity dashboards. In this blog, you’ll learn about highlighted ArcGIS Experience Builder user stories and apps created in 2022 and see features and designs you might want to add to your own web apps. 

 

2022 User Stories

Protecting the environment through an immersive educational experience 

Gray’s Reef National Marine Sanctuary, managed by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA) collaborated with Dewberry to develop a web app to improve communication efforts with the fishing community. When learning exchanges to help conserve the vast resources of Gray’s Reef had to shift from in-person to virtual, Experience Builder provided a great alternative to enhancing engagement with the public.  

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Managing an inventory of real estate 

The State Property Office, under the North Carolina Department of Administration (DOA), and Patrick Co Engineering, built the North Carolina Property Office Public Search Site to manage the state’s inventory of real estate. The web app showcases an inventory of state-owned leased lands, buildings, and space in buildings.  

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Creating an integrated virtual event platform 

In 2020, a group of twenty-five GeoPathways interns worked on an inaugural virtual event, the 2020 Americas Symposium. As a spinoff of the committee’s annual AmeriGEO Week, the event was created to call attention to the need for geospatial data integration and establish a commitment among regional organizations to address the issue. Experience Builder enabled the GeoPathways team to include dynamic content and data coming from various sources throughout the event.  

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Engaging students through the intersection of art and GIS  

With the goal of engaging the student community and the general public, The Patricia and Phillip Frost Art Museum at Florida International University created a virtual sculpture park site using ArcGIS Experience Builder. Diana Ter-Ghazaryan, previously a GIS research associate at the GIS Center at the FIU Libraries, said museums often have video tours or 360° videos of their collections, but they don’t typically use a map or locations as a basis for exploring the art. She said the virtual sculpture park was a great way to highlight the collection and show how Experience Builder and the site map can help connect the virtual and physical realms. 

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Apps added to the gallery in 2022: 

 

Classic Web AppBuilder style apps: 

The ARES Southeastern US Situational Awareness Map is designed to give Amateur Radio operators serving as emergency communicators under the ARRL Amateur Radio Emergency Services (ARES) program a situational awareness tool that focuses on their unique requirements. 

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This application was created by the University of Maryland’s Intermediate/Advanced GIS course to display the bicycle level of traffic stress (LTS) for Prince George’s County’s road network. Bicycle LTS takes a variety of factors into account such as traffic speeds, traffic volumes, and bicycle facilities to create a score for each road in Prince George’s County. 

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The City of Redding used the Public Information Template to create a full-screen interactive web app. Users can view wildfire activity, traffic information, and other wildfire-associated information in the greater Redding area.  

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Scrolling page apps:

This is an Experience Builder application designed to show an inventory of multiple GIS-related ArcGIS Online applications, maps, and web services created and maintained by the Spatial Data Branch. 

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Peru Mapathon 2021 was a virtual mapping event to celebrate the Bicentennial of Peru’s Independence that used the virtual event platform template developed by AmeriGEO. 

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The ASEAN Centre for Biodiversity and NatureServe created the ASEAN Biodiversity Dashboard to provide access to an interactive, online platform for visualizing trends and geographic variation in biodiversity indicators. 

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3D Scenes: 

Toggle 2D and 3D maps and use the Fly Controller widget to see the surroundings around popular attractions in Grand Centre. This 3D web map experience was created by Cergy-Pontoise I’agglomération with ArcGIS Experience Builder developer edition. 

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Integration with other apps: 

Alaska Department of Fish and Game (ADF&G) assesses the abundance of herring stocks annually using a variety of methods including aerial surveys. The app includes an embedded dashboard created using ArcGIS Dashboards and an app built using ArcGIS Instant Apps, making for a complete experience. 

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Custom Developer Edition apps: 

SoCal Atlas is an interactive web-mapping tool developed by the Southern California Association of Governments (SCAG) that allows planners, residents, and other users to explore data across geographies and topics through a collection of web maps and statistics. The tool leverages data primarily from the American Community Survey (ACS), U.S. Census Bureau Decennial Census, and Esri. Related data is made available through the Regional Hub and additional information regarding the platform can be found on the SCAG website. 

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This web map portal is Ireland’s first marine spatial planning portal that links planning within the Maritime area and the relevant policies for each marine sector or activity listed in the National Marine Planning Framework (NMPF). 

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View the full gallery

You don’t need to start from scratch when building an ArcGIS Experience Builder web app. Click “create new” and then “ArcGIS Online” to find tons of already configured templates to start with. Get started with templates. 

Add your app to our gallery in 2023! Email experiencebuilder@esri.com to request a gallery permission form. 

About the author

Eva is an Associate Product Marketing Manager for ArcGIS Experience Builder, ArcGIS Web AppBuilder, and ArcGIS AppStudio at Esri. With a degree in media and journalism from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Eva has a passion for telling stories in a creative and concise way.

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