One map, no code: The power of Mapbox Studio

  • Event: 2018 CAR Conference
  • Speakers: Lo Benichou of Mapbox; Casey Miller of Los Angeles Times
  • Date/Time: Saturday, Mar. 10 at 4:45pm
  • Location: Grace
  • Audio file: No audio file available.

Think you need code to make a highly customized data-driven map? We’re here to show you that you don’t. In this session, we’re going to make a choropleth map and show you how to fine-tune the smallest details with Mapbox Studio. 

*Please note: You must bring your own laptop to participate in this class.

This session is good for: All skill levels. No JavaScript knowledge required, but basic computer literacy is necessary. You will also need a Mapbox account

Speaker Bios

  • Lo is an interactive developer and storytelling expert at Mapbox in SF. They work on storytelling collaborations with external partners, write a lot of technical guides to mapping and cartography, and support journalists whenever they can. They <3 maps and graphics. Before Mapbox, Lo was a frontend engineer at Wired. Prior to Wired, Lo worked as a visual journalist and interactive developer for numerous media outlets like Youth Radio, NPR, KQED and more. @lobenichou

  • Casey is a data and visual journalist working on the Data and Graphics team at the Los Angeles Times. In the past she has helped create visual and data driven graphics and narratives at Mapbox, Vox Media, and The Wall Street Journal.

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