Stamen has been working with the underlying tile layers that most maps are based on and have found ways to greatly enrich the amount of data that can be displayed on an interactive internet-based map/data visualization.
We’ll show recent Stamen work with data and cities that will shed light on cutting-edge advances in the field. We can’t say exactly what we’ll have done by then (March is a long ways away for a small fast-moving studio like ours) but based on prior experience with ETech we think the industry will find it of interest.
Eric Rodenbeck is Stamen’s founder and creative director. He is a 10-year veteran of the interactive design field, and has spent this time working to extend the boundaries of online media and live information visualization.
Eric led the interactive storytelling and data-driven narrative effort at Quokka Sports, illustrated and designed at Wired and Wired Books, and was a co-founder of the design collective Umwow. He has lectured and spoken at Yale University, the University of Southern California, numerous O’Reilly technology conferences, Esther Dyson’s PC Forum, and South by Southwest, among others. Eric studied architecture at Cooper Union in New York City and received a B.A. in the History and Philosophy of Technology from The New School for Social Research.