Mapping environments, experiences and data is core to the Yellowfields practice. Maps are illuminating, perhaps more now than at any other time, and evermore ubiquitous. They are core to our understanding of the world around us; for analysis, synthesis and exploration. Their applications are numerous and varied; spatial analysis, interpretation, wayfinding, navigation, discovery, education, management, escapism… and much more. The examples shown here are extracts from some of the projects Jason has been fortunate to work on, both independently and collaboratively.
“In a world where more maps are being made than ever before, cartography doesn’t need reinvention; it needs understanding!”
Dr Kenneth Field
A wide range of tools are used to compile maps. GIS, professional illustration software and other mapping and spatial analysis frameworks, including Space Syntax, often form part of the map production workflow. Maps are derived from numerous sources, commercial and open source, including aerial imagery.
“Jason was a pleasure to work with on the creation of a new on-site map here at Waddesdon Manor. His wealth of cartography experience was invaluable in assessing our requirements and presenting a proposal. Our updated map is now easy to read and use.”
June Primer, Print Manager
Cartographic projects have been scattered throughout the UK, and globally, including Ireland, Italy, Russia, South Africa, UAE, Southeast Asia and the USA, encompassing everything from abstracted transport network diagrams through to detailed topographic maps, though the focus has often been on wayfinding.
Clients have ranged from private individuals and SMEs through to bluechip and global companies. Whatever your requirements, whether for print or digital media (static or interactive), get in touch.