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Where Cartography Meets Industry - Shared screen with gallery view
Dave McIlhagga
40:44
Great overview Louisa. That was super
louisa
41:31
Thank you!
Mark Wigley
44:50
Hi Louisa,I really liked your illustrated maps and was wondering if the one of the campsite is geographically correct or purely an illustration? Also has your workforces skills also had to adapt to react to the new demands you mentioned?
Mark Cygan
49:01
Question for Dan Ortiz: Can you please tell us more about the Apple Watch Trails Illustrated Maps and how people might use them on such a small device?
Dave McIlhagga
50:40
Question for Dan and Louisa: Post-COVID, which of the changes you’ve seen do you think will be permanent vs. swinging back to previous consumer patterns?
Peter Vujakovic
51:34
To all speakers -interesting to hear about need to consider the sustainability agenda - e.g. recycling. Recent discussions with school educationists have mentioned 'de-colonising the curriculum' does this have implications for mapping for schools?
Dave Jay
53:17
Louisa, is the increase in illustrated cartography coming from custom requests and/or is Lovell Johns creating illustrated product that is then sold via retail sales channels?
Mark Wigley
53:45
Hi Dan,Do you actively promote the use of paper maps as a necessary extension to digital products for the more extreme countryside America has to offer?
Bridger DeVille
58:09
Louisa, have your printers responded well re sustainability? Are there standards that we publishers should be looking for regarding paper & ink?
LANCK016
01:04:04
Hello Paul, Will you please share the name of the app again? Thank you.
Mark Wigley
01:08:31
Hi Paul,Do you also engage with various communities when designing your style sheets such as those with sight restrictions?
Paul Naylor
01:09:25
Hi the OS app is called OS Maps
Jovita Chan
01:21:26
Adding to Peter’s explanation, many lay people don’t realize the area distortions in the world maps they’re used to and it does create a certain perspective of the world
Jovita Chan
01:23:25
Into the future are you seeing paper maps being left behind as predominantly for reference such as travel or local tourism? Do you see any trends towards 3D visualizations or smaller scale like a closer look into the built environment?
Mark Wigley
01:33:54
You all have very iconic map designs have any of you ever considered doing a complete redesign to perhaps attract a new audience?
Seppe Cassettari
01:34:07
A great insight everyone, very interesting. Really excited by the prospect of the first BCS/IMIA event and it didn't disappoint!
Ruth Coombs
01:34:28
A very interesting session, thanks!
Dave McIlhagga
01:34:42
Thanks for a great discussion today Alex, Dan, Louisa and Paul. Very informative
Bill Spicer
01:35:07
Thank you to all speakers! Great stuff!
davidalvarez
01:35:33
The presentations were really informative
davidalvarez
01:35:47
Great information
Mark Wigley
01:36:19
Thanks to everyone for some great views and talks.
Bridger DeVille
01:36:31
Thank you Mark, Louisa, Dan, Paul, Alex, and everyone at BCS & IMIA. Great discussion!