On 11 October 2010 00:40, iris.sharon wrote:
> A few months ago I was looking for a local design consultancy in Japan,
> and had trouble finding one. I thought it would have been great if
> design and UX-related information is organized geographically. I came up
> with UXmap.com  and began providing local UX information about
> consultancies, labs, vendors, conferences, education, associations,
> events, and jobs. I can see how it supports needs of both design and UX
> people as well as their stakeholders. What do you think? Is there a need for
> this? Would you, personally, find it useful? Why or why not?
Really like the idea of maps as a way of viewing this type of stuff.
I'd like to:
start at my current location.
be able to link to a specific location eg. uxmap.com/brighton
be able to embed the map set to a specific location
view it inside Google Maps (I like the full-screenishness)
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