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# /ugc-maps.md

Tools that let users make maps:

Tripadvisor Foursquare https://jauntful.com/ Google Map Maker https://www.mapbox.com/

https://mapstr.com/ https://www.embedgooglemap.net/ https://travel.sygic.com/en https://snazzymaps.com/ https://maphub.net/JacobJohansen/Japan https://mapme.com/ https://mapmaker.nationalgeographic.org/ http://www.shoutem.com/app/map https://www.mapiful.com/ https://storymaps.arcgis.com/en/


Publishers who publish map-content:

Eater Tripsavvy Tripadvisor

# /html-maps.md

Why is it so hard to make maps on the web. We interact with maps all day long, but only in very pre-determined ways.

Where are the exploratory, creative ways to build, play with and remix location-based content? A few things I’ve seen:

Hello lamppost - and the great talk where this idea is teased out some of these things are not like the others

https://walkkumano.com/ from Craig Mod

https://arroyo.jon-kyle.com/ from Jon Kyle

Sunrise journal

Urbanimals from the Playable City project.

Localize.city - not sure who is behind this but it’s a delightful UI

A barrow by a beacon - wonderful meditation on walking from Matthew Sheret

In the map room - an art project of annotating IRL digital maps projected on the floor. Wonderful.

Map with friends on glitch

# /geolocation-tools.md

Tools for building things using geolocation: