- Creating a map with ArcGIS
- Understanding extents and scale
- The Mapboards window
- Synced layers in Illustrator and Photoshop
- Building styles
- Swapping default symbols
- Optimizing data
- Outlining the concept
- Preparing data
Skill Level Intermediate
- [Instructor] Drawing maps is a frequent ask of designers, which is both intensely time consuming and prone to errors. The ArcGIS Maps for Adobe Creative Cloud extension from Esri, dramatically reduces the time to create maps and expands tremendously the potential for including even more data. I'm going to show you how to get started with creating maps using this extension, and to also make maps that you probably never thought you'd be able to create. My name is Tony Harmer and I have a wealth of experience creating maps as a designer. So come along and join me as we explore maps for Creative Cloud.
1. The Mapboards Window
2. The Compilation Window
3. Working with Data
Adding shapes from a file6m 27s
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