Our team reviewed more than 200 policy maps within the Living Atlas to inform the website’s layout and user interface. After defining the hierarchy and topics of interest, we designed a workflow that tapped into existing Esri code logic to use `category` tags to bucket the maps. This enabled rapid development, where the project went from design to deployment within two weeks. The end result was a site that allows users to explore maps on topics like “Social Equity and Health,” and then save and share their map collection with peers.
Agriculture, Archaeological & Historic Preservation, Architecture, Engineering & Construction, Atmospheric, Community Development, Conservation, Demographics, Education, Elections, Electric & Gas, Entertainment & Leisure, Environmental Management, Fish & Game, Forestry, Foundations & Associations, GIS, Geologic, Health & Human Services, Highways & Roads, Humanitarian, Information Technology, Insurance, Land Records, Libraries & Museums, Manufacturing, Map, Chart & Data Production, Marine, Media, Mining, Parks & Recreation, Petroleum, Public Administration & Policy, Public Engineering, Public Safety, Public Transit, Public Works, Real Estate, Research Organizations, Water Resources, Water, Wastewater & Stormwater