Spatial awareness on all possible scales
We make maps, floor plans and wayfinding to visualize locations and spatial processes.
Maps might be the oldest way to visualize information. By designing a map the right way, people can easily make a mental representation of spacial information.Check out our maps
The best way to provide insight in global processes and activities is through a world map. We link data on time and location and visualize them.
For example: Our world population visualisation displays how the population per country has grown or shrunk in the last 60 years.
We visualize data and information also on a nationwide scale. The area is smaller compared to a global scale so often there is enough space to link information to cities and regions.
For example: our visualisations of reviews of a learning method shows the positive impact nationwide.
On a local level it is possible to link information to even more specific and smaller areas like a provincea, a city or even a building.
At this moment, we are working on several visualisations of local information.