Designed Maps: A Sourcebook For GIS Users - Cynthia A Brewer (2008)
ISBN 9781589481602
Subject Cartography; Geographic information systems
Publisher ESRI Press
Publication Date 3/1/2008
Format Paperback (220 mm)
Language English
Plot
This sequel to the highly successful Designing Maps, offers a graphics-intensive presentation of published maps, providing cartographic examples that GIS users can then adapt for their own needs. Each chapter characterizes a common design decision and includes a demonstration map, which is annotated with specific information needed to reproduce the design, such as text fonts, sizes and styles; line weights, colors, and patterns; marker symbol fonts, sizes, and colors; and fill colors and patterns. Visual hierarchies and the purpose of each map are considered with the audience in mind, drawing a clear connection between intent and design. The book also includes a valuable task index that explains what ArcGIS 9 tools to use for desired cartographic effects. From experienced cartographers to those who make GIS maps only occasionally, all GIS users will find this book to be an indispensable resource.
Personal Details
Collection Status In Collection
Index 75
Owner spatial@ucsb
Read It Yes
Links Amazon
Library of Congress
Product Details
LoC Classification GA105.3 .B73 2008
Dewey 526.0285
Cover Price $39.95
No. of Pages 170