Bad Maps

It's a constant surprise that he advocates, who work with tools in which the visual element is so fundamental, that words and tables are too often the primary means of communication. Images are afterthoughts. I can't count the number of times I've come across at his presentation with images as an afterthought, if at all.

bad maps A case in point (article). A market research firm, cambashi, maps out the gis market. Ironic, somewhat, mapping the maps. So how does cambashi sell their point? 1,776 words and a low resolution google earth screenshot tagged onto the end of the article. The nauseating colors that are hard to distinguish from the background don't help either. Doesn't inspire sales if you can't use the software you propose to map.