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With Pinterest's Place Pins, featuring a beautiful new map, you can find the things you love, near and far, making the pins more actionable and bringing out the explorer in all of us. You can view and create these Pins on your desktop or on mobile, when you’re actually out and about exploring. You can also collaborate with friends and family, using it to plan your next vacation or a tour of your favorite architecture.

For this project, I worked in collaboration with tech lead, Seth Fitzsimmon at Stamen Design
My role was the visual design and cartography along with the CartoCSS implementation.

! !  Please click and view the Pinterest Interactive Map ! ! 

More about the Pinterest project can be found on the links below:
Stamen Blog
Mapbox Blog

Pinterest Blog 
"About a year ago, we noticed Pinners creating more and more boards around the vacations they’re planning, special places near where they live and sites they want to see someday. In fact, every day people Pin about 1.5 million places, and now there are more than 750 million Pins of these destinations on Pinterest. We asked ourselves, how can we help people turn their travel inspiration into reality? Today, we’re taking a first step toward that goal with Place Pins. Place Pins were designed to combine the beautiful imagery of a travel magazine with the utility of a map online so you can share it with friends. You can access them from anywhere on your Android device or iPhone, too, which means you can find new places on the go and even get directions!"

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Mobile Design Screens 

Pinterest Place Pin Product Launch Event

Selected Works

Pinterest MapUI Design

VisuallyUI / UX

Body MetricsTech Museum

AudubonStamen Design

TableauBasemap Design

MapzenUI Design

Little ShadowsMFA Design +Technology Thesis

DSI TableParsons

Midi TypewriterParsons MFA D+T

IllustrationProject type

Algorithmic AnimationOpenframeworks

John WhitneyOpenframeworks