Most of our time is spent at the computer reviewing and understanding data and then communicating it to others.
We start with “raw” data and use it to solve a problem. Long story short: we use maps to illustrate our findings or to tell a story. These maps can be as simple as
an aerial photo showing a structure or it can be as complex as a subway map showing you different lines, stops, cities, roads, etc. Regardless, maps provide a
framework for understanding.
Some of the maps we use in our office include but are not limited to: where things are, quantities, densities and to assist in better decision making. Below are a sampling of maps and demonstrations of geographic analysis and tools to give you an inside look to what we do.
If you have a topic you’d like us to discuss or a map you’d like to see, please use the contact form at the bottom of this page.
“Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.” –Steve Jobs