Building Digital Maps for the National Park Service
Mamata K. Akella
We build web maps for the National Park Service and its partners
We also build and maintain tools that make it easier for others (and us) to make web maps
Driven by our graphic identity guidelines
Keeping accessibility and usability in mind at all times
Our tools help create a unified and consistent experience for all web maps made by the National Park Service
Built as a Leaflet plugin
A simple and clean framework for frontend development customized for the National Park Service
Forked from Twitter Bootstrap
Twitter Bootstrap: an open-source front-end framework for faster and easier web development.
A web-friendly version of the National Park Service's iconic symbol set
Forked from Mapbox Maki
Mapbox Maki: a clean point of interest icon set made for web cartography.
An internal data collection system used to power our maps and digital products
Built on existing tools like iD and the OpenStreetMap API
iD: a modern in-browser map editor.
A custom basemap built for use on the web by the National Park Service
Built using Mapbox Studio
Mapbox Studio: an open source map design platform that uses vector tiles.
An online mapping tool used to build and deploy custom web maps
Brings all of our tools together