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What Would Steve Jobs Think About the State of GIS Mapping Applications in the Mainstream? Top 10 Ways to Streamline the User Experience for Your Geospatial Application

by Director of Enterprise Solutions on Sep 12, 2012

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Are you frustrated with the state of GIS mapping applications in the mainstream today? Had enough of the ubiquitous GIS map viewer template apps? Does your current mapping site need a help manual? ...

Are you frustrated with the state of GIS mapping applications in the mainstream today? Had enough of the ubiquitous GIS map viewer template apps? Does your current mapping site need a help manual? Wondering how 200 layers and 20 tools will be used by non-GIS users? Shouldn't your site seamlessly transition to an iPad and other mobile devices?
This webinar will discuss:
• Targeting your audience
• Making beautiful maps
• Simplifying your application
• Reintroducing the Map to the Web - workflow driven vs. map-centric applications
We'll also discuss some insights into the future of GeoWeb:
• A future without tiles - vector mapping
• The concept of Lean user experience (UX)
• Simplifying the user experience with HTML5
• Expecting a tablet friendly web map

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