Michael Gaigg: Über UI/UX Design


Create your own Treasure Map

Posted by Michael Gaigg

Historical Style

Historical Style

Now this is cool (thx Nick for sharing)! An antique looking basemap (by MapBox), just missing pirates, treasures, hidden islands and tales about monsters of the sea...

Update (thx to Aileen Buckley): Esri has "a style you can use to do this -- it is the Historical style on Mapping Center -- it has ships, sea serpents, etc... (thanks to Jaynya!)".

Download: create historical looking maps (scroll down to 'historical' style)


Amazing: National Geographic World Map by Esri

Posted by Michael Gaigg

Yes, I'd rather be skiing in the Austrian Alps as well... 😉 Amazing map!!

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This map is designed to be used as a general reference map for informational and educational purposes as well as a basemap by GIS professionals and other users for creating web maps and web mapping applications.

The map was developed by National Geographic and Esri and reflects the distinctive National Geographic cartographic style in a multi-scale reference map of the world. The map was authored using data from a variety of leading data providers, including DeLorme, NAVTEQ, UNEP-WCMC, NASA, ESA, USGS, and others.

Link to map contents on ArcGIS online: National Geographic World Map