public marks

PUBLIC MARKS with tag maps

March 2017


by srcmax
Cet outil permet de vérifier le nombre maximal de personnes pouvant se situer dans une zone.

MapTiler - map overlay, cut map tiles for Google Maps, GIS layers and mobile apps – MapTiler

by Spone & 1 other
Go beyond Google Maps with your own maps Overlay any map and match coordinates

January 2017

November 2016

September 2016

Styling Wizard: Google Maps APIs

by srcmax
Customize colors, roads, labels, and more. Then use your custom style in your Google Maps APIs project.

July 2016

April 2016

March 2016

MapHub · Create interactive maps

by Krome & 1 other
Make a guide, embed maps on your website, organize your geo-data

MapHub · Create interactive maps

by Spone & 1 other
Make a guide, embed maps on your website, organize your geo-data

February 2016

Designing the whaam! style in Mapbox Studio | Mapbox

by sbrothier
Inspired by a Roy Lichtenstein original at the Walker Art Center, I decided to design the whaam! map. In his early career, Lichtenstein worked as a comic book artist which inspired his later work. I kept my whaam! style limited to four stylistic mainstays:

Designing the Swiss Ski style in Mapbox Studio | Mapbox

by sbrothier
Swiss maps have long been praised for their accuracy, quality, and beauty. Since 1938 the Swisstopo – Swiss Federal Office of Topography, has been producing maps for hikers, Alpinists, cyclists, planners, tourists, and explorers. I decided to design a ski map with such attention to detail using Mapbox Studio and the Mapbox Streets and Mapbox Terrain tilesets.

January 2016

November 2015

Interactive 3D Maps With OSMBuildings

by Krome
Interactive 3D Maps With OSMBuildings

September 2015

August 2015

June 2015

Modest Maps | Home

by srcmax
Modest Maps is a small, extensible, and free library for designers and developers who want to use interactive maps in their own projects. It provides a core set of features in a tight, clean package with plenty of hooks for additional functionality.

May 2015

Improving OpenStreetMap with probe data | Mapbox

by sbrothier
We’re building a new data processing pipeline for analyzing GPS probe data streams. This infrastructure will let us improve the map in new ways and at huge scale. Here’s the first look at how it works. Streaming GPS tracks are overlaid against our streets data, allowing us to identify where there is activity, like people running or driving, but no trail or road data in our map. When we find a place like this, we queue it up for our data team to look at in to-fix, our open source micro-tasking tool. Once we verify that a path or street is missing, we add it to OpenStreetMap and our map is updated in under 10 minutes.

These Pretty City Maps Were Drawn By Our Paths Through Them | Fast Company | Business + Innovation

by sbrothier
It’s no secret that tourists love to snap pictures on the Staten Island ferry. Or that photographers will wander the side streets of east London capturing the latest street art. Everyone knows that Paris’s visitor-friendly arrondissements are flooded with selfie sticks on weekends. Now, a new visualization of more than a decade of Flickr photographs shows exactly what paths photographers make when taking pictures.

Active users

last mark : 08/03/2017 10:26

last mark : 08/03/2017 09:38

last mark : 03/03/2017 16:59

last mark : 14/01/2017 16:42

last mark : 03/11/2016 08:58

last mark : 20/09/2016 13:25

last mark : 23/07/2016 05:49

last mark : 31/03/2016 08:30

last mark : 03/02/2016 17:53

last mark : 04/08/2015 14:55