John Nelson, cartographer and UX designer for Esri Inc, will be in London on Wednesday 10th October.
Meet John: He makes maps. These kind of alluring and beautiful maps. He is shy and awkward in unfamiliar, and familiar, social situations, is left-handed, works in a woodshed, stands at his desk, enjoys bursting into song, has a constant inner narration, and tends to ramble!
And he is coming to London to share some of his map making artistry!
19:00 – 20:00 - John Nelson: Mapping on Purpose
Making engaging maps is a creative process that benefits from an unexpected perspective and thoughtful design. But most importantly it is an act of intention by the map maker, actively considering a phenomenon and how best to let it communicate. As tools and resources grow more capable and accommodating, the strongest ingredient in cartography remains the purposeful craft of a maker.
20:00 – 21:00 - Food, Drink and Networking
To book your ticket click here.