Tag: Story Maps
If you attended the 2015 User Conference you probably saw a demonstration of this prototype of the upcoming Story Map Cascade app during the plenary or one of the Story Maps workshops. There are several screenshots below, but to truly get a … Continue reading
My Stories has been updated with two great new features! If you haven’t used it yet, My Stories is a new section of the Story Maps website where you can manage all the Story Maps in your ArcGIS Online account. … Continue reading
You may remember this post on using 3D web scenes in Story Maps from a few months ago. Since then there have been several Story Maps with 3D content (…Story Scenes?) published like this one from the Trust for Public Land and this … Continue reading
Esri’s Living Atlas of the World provides an amazing source of information for you to create maps and mashups, publish apps, and perform geographic analysis. Most of the layers in the Atlas are free to use, but some high-quality layers published by Esri’s … Continue reading
Esri’s Story Maps team is looking forward to helping you learn more about storytelling with ArcGIS next week at the 2015 Esri International User Conference! There will be plenty of presentations covering story map apps, the principles of storytelling, My Stories (the new story map management tool), and … Continue reading
The April 2015 Living Atlas Community Webinar is now available!
Looking for ways to gain deeper demographic insights to your customers, constituents, or community? Catherine Spisszak, Product Manager for Esri Demographics, will discuss the types of demographic content available in the Living Atlas of the World and give a demonstration … Continue reading
Story Map Tour is one of the most popular story maps, ideal for tours or for presenting a series of locations you’d like users to follow in sequence. By default a Map Tour opens to an introduction or the first tour … Continue reading
New links have been added to the prior blog post An Ocean of Story Maps. Some of these include web maps and downloads in addition to the “traditional” Esri-style story map. Please feel free to bookmark and return as I will keep updating the original blog post throughout the year! There is a lot of wonderful work out there, including story maps in languages other than English.