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Online Mapping Patterns in 2013 and Beyond
Online Mapping Patterns in 2013 and Beyond
Online Mapping Patterns in 2013 and Beyond
Online Mapping Patterns in 2013 and Beyond
Online Mapping Patterns in 2013 and Beyond
Online Mapping Patterns in 2013 and Beyond
Online Mapping Patterns in 2013 and Beyond
Online Mapping Patterns in 2013 and Beyond
Online Mapping Patterns in 2013 and Beyond
Online Mapping Patterns in 2013 and Beyond
Online Mapping Patterns in 2013 and Beyond
Online Mapping Patterns in 2013 and Beyond
Online Mapping Patterns in 2013 and Beyond
Online Mapping Patterns in 2013 and Beyond
Online Mapping Patterns in 2013 and Beyond
Online Mapping Patterns in 2013 and Beyond
Online Mapping Patterns in 2013 and Beyond
Online Mapping Patterns in 2013 and Beyond
Online Mapping Patterns in 2013 and Beyond
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Online Mapping Patterns in 2013 and Beyond

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2013 Esri GIS for the United Nations and the International Community Conference Lightning Talk

2013 Esri GIS for the United Nations and the International Community Conference Lightning Talk

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  • Human element – its not dots on the map, it’s the human story.
  • Human element – its not dots on the map, it’s the human story.
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    • 1. Online Mapping Patterns in 2013 and Beyond GIS for the United Nations and the International Community Conference October 11, 2013 New York Michael Lippmann, Blue Raster
    • 2. Online Mapping Trends Observed • Maps are becoming the norm – Public thinks geospatially – Layers lists are going away – Users expect mobile • Aid and international development need tools to: – Deliver services – Monitor and evaluate success/failure – Increase transparency
    • 3. Pattern: Online Mapping Applications • Focused Applications • Curated map experience • Mobile apps • Open Data APIs • Near real time data
    • 4. Pattern: Open Data - MEASURE DHS SDR
    • 5. Pattern: User Centric Functionality Citizen • Access services • Aid Locations • Education • Provide feedback Aid Org • Distribute aid • Infrastructure • Information Sharing • Operations NGO • • • • Policies Goals Transparency Analysis
    • 6. UN and Aid Orgs tell great stories • Nearly every UN story has a geographic component • Use maps with photos, videos to show impact • Engage stakeholders to educate and inform
    • 7. Pattern: Curated Content via Story Maps • Curate your message for the audience • Story must be clear – without interaction – No layer lists (thinking) required
    • 8. Getting beyond the dots on the map… • What do the dots really mean? • Include images/text for context • Rich narratives to tell your story • Human element
    • 9. World Bank GeoresultsShowing results of Grant Funding http://maps.worldbank.org/content/georesults#hom
    • 10. WRI Indonesia Forest Fires –Summer 2013 • Rapidly deploy maps to illuminate a story • Perishable (data/app) http://www.theguardian.com/environment/interacti ve/2013/jun/24/indonesia-forest-fires-map-pollution
    • 11. Pattern: Mobile for Online Mapping • UN projects 2.7 billion people online by 2014 Tablets – 40% of the world Smartphones • Majority of Internet Devices Globally are now mobile (58%) Desktop/Laptop
    • 12. Mobile phone growth in Africa Source: USAID via Upworthy.com
    • 13. Build for your global audience
    • 14. MEASURE DHS Mobile • Indicators for 90+ countries – tables, charts and maps • Subnational Mapping • Works Offline • Available on iOS, Android – Windows Phone (coming soon) http://www.measuredhs.com/Data/mobile-app.cfm/
    • 15. Pattern: Mobile Crowdsourcing • Beyond concept – How can it help achieve your mission? • • • • Twitter Facebook Instagram/Flickr SMS Is your organization listening?
    • 16. Patterns: Technical Modernization • Have a plan: deploy Story Maps and Apps fast • Plan for upgrade rather than wait = better apps • Use Open Data APIs • Use Cloud GIS – Amazon Web Services • Integrate with ArcGIS Online – Basemaps – Rapid dissemination – Data collection (online, offline)
    • 17. Modern Approach to Online Mapping
    • 18. Summary • Focused online maps are powerful tools • Information is accelerating – deploy tools that allow rapid delivery • Make sure mobile is part of your plan
    • 19. Thanks - Contact Blue Raster Michael Lippmann, Co-Founder & Principal mlippmann@blueraster.com 703-875-0914 @leepmon Connect with Blue Raster: @blueraster facebook.com/blueraste r Portfolio available at blueraster.com/blog

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