Hey, it's been a while since my last post and I'll take a second to tell you why....I got a new job as CTO of a little company called The Carto Group. I niavely thought that nothing would change and I could do all my normal day to day blogs, tweets and awesome screenshots....how wrong … Continue reading When normals aren’t normal
There isn't much you can't do with digital media nowadays, from effective maps using shadows and drop effects through to using graphic design packages to make the map "pop"....except for one thing.....capturing that hand drawn style, the way that the pen line moves in and out from the pressure of the pen or the slightly … Continue reading Back to the future – an interview with Kevin Sheehan who makes hand drawn maps
As you may already know, a week or so ago I went to the Intergeo event with the amazing guys over at xyHt magazine, after all, I am their European Editor so it kinda made sense. So rather than write my usual "how to" blogs I thought I'd write a little on my findings, or … Continue reading Intergeo 2017
As blogs come, this has to be (for me) one of the longest. You see, I've been playing with Cesiumjs since its beginning and following the exciting beginnings of the "3D Tile" for the last 3yrs, I've waited patiently, waiting for the moment I could share with the world how fantastic this new technology is. … Continue reading Creating a Cesium virtual globe with v1.36
3D GIS is game changing, it can change the way you view your analysis, it can provide insights which you may have overlooked….but there is a little problem which I may had not shared in my deluge of blogs about how great 3D GIS is….. ...Sometimes it can be hard work. What I mean by … Continue reading The Problem with 3D GIS
Originally posted on xyHt.com "Can I have a map?" How often do you get someone ask "can I have a map"?....I have nothing against making maps, in fact I like it so much that I have made a career out of it. Not just any map either, I've made maps for the Nuclear, Environmental, Government, … Continue reading Mapmaking – "Can I have a map?"
Most of the time, ESRI software is great, it does [mostly] what you ask it and as long as you aren't doing anything too crazy it behaves. We all know that it has it's 'unique-ness' about it, after using it for a few years you start to ask "why don't they do this...." or "How … Continue reading How to Grayscale ArcGIS Pro Vector Symbology