Snap Chat Geo Filters

Snap Chat Geo Filters

Graphics Supervisor: Jen Hiatt Artist: Sondra DeLuca Client: Downtown Development Board Recently, the Downtown Development Board and the Office of Communications and Neighborhood Relations developed several different Downtown Orlando geofilters for the rising social media platform, Snapchat. Geofilters are used at locations all over the world and for different large scale events to help define an area as a true destination. They are placed as a "filter" on a picture that is taken with the app and are small, creative ways to represent the surrounding area. Two of the filters were approved by Snap Chat and…continue reading →
Interactive Capital Improvements Map

Interactive Capital Improvements Map

Graphics Supervisor/Graphic Designer: Jen Hiatt Web Developer: Natalie Bednarz Client: City of Orlando Office of the Mayor This map was prepared to accompany the Mayor’s 2015 Budget Address using ArcGIS Online Story Maps. A relatively new tool for our office, Story Maps offered a way to visually show that the 2015/2016 budget includes funding for more than 100 projects focused on ensuring that Orlando remains a great place to live, work and raise a family.  Using GIS map layers, we sorted the projects into five categories: Transportation, Recreation, Streets and Stormwater, Wastewater and Parks. Then,…continue reading →

Downtown Orlando Historic Walking Tour Interactive Map

Graphics Supervisor: /Graphic Artist: Jen Hiatt Web Developer: Natalie Bednarz Client: City of Orlando Historic Preservation Board This was a little bit of a passion project for myself that took me way out of my comfort zone. Not only did I (finally) find a good way to represent interactive maps on our website, but I also built the City's first StoryMap for the Downtown Historic Walking Tour using a platform I was completely unfamiliar with. So, from the beginning. For about the past 6 months, Natalie and I have been researching different options for interactive…continue reading →
State of the City Interactive Book

State of the City Interactive Book

Graphics Supervisor: /Graphic Designer: Jen Hiatt Web Developer: Natalie Bednarz Client: City of Orlando Office of the Mayor This piece was prepared to accompany the Mayor's 2015 State of the City Address using Flip HTML 5. This interactive e-book includes the Mayor's six key priority areas, as well as videos highlighting the past year's accomplishments in those areas. During the initial planning stages for the 2015 State of the City address, the City's Director of Innovation Matt Broffman suggested doing a take away booklet further highlighting the Mayor's six key priority areas. Due…continue reading →