ArcGIS StoryMaps

ArcGIS StoryMaps at the 2020 Virtual User Conference

As you prepare for this year’s totally virtual event on July 13 – 16, there will be many ways to learn and get inspired about GIS. We are so excited to connect with you throughout the week!

This year, Esri’s all-digital event will include:

There is no deadline to sign up for this event. If you’re not registered, you can register here.

ArcGIS StoryMaps Events

Technical Workshop: ArcGIS StoryMaps: What’s New and What’s Coming
Monday, July 13 from 2:50-3:50 PM PDT
Presenters: Allen Carroll, Joseph Mayfield, Owen Evans

ArcGIS StoryMaps keeps getting better! In the past year, we have added a number of updates and enhancements that expand the authoring tools for creative storytelling and improve the reading experience. Tune in to learn about new storytelling features, mapping capabilities such as map choreography and map actions, the new slideshow and guided tour content blocks, story and app collections, and much more. We will also discuss the roadmap for ArcGIS StoryMaps, and share our plans for upcoming features.

Demo Theater Presentation: ArcGIS StoryMaps: Map Choreography and Map Actions
On-demand (watch anytime)
Presenters: Cooper Thomas, Ross Donihue

Maps can invite exploration and discovery—but they also have the potential to overwhelm readers. In this session, we’ll introduce you to the concept of “map choreography,” or the practice of deconstructing complex visualizations into simple, related views, using ArcGIS StoryMaps. We’ll show you the myriad ways in which map choreography can improve map-based narratives, and demonstrate how to implement it in ArcGIS StoryMaps.

The Virtual Expo
During Expo hours you can connect with sponsors, exhibitors, and Esri staff.

Outside of these hours, you can explore the StoryMaps kiosk area, or schedule a meeting with us.

Additional helpful links

We are thrilled to see you virtually this year, and hope everyone has a fun and informative experience!

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Product Marketer at Esri. Currently working on ArcGIS StoryMaps, ArcGIS QuickCapture, ArcGIS Survey123, and my vegetable garden.

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