Feature: geo mashup

  • Urban Capture update – Google v3 clustering

    This small update to some previous custom Geo Mashup work is the first example in the wild of my recent clustering solution for v3 of the Google Maps API using Marker Clusterer Plus.

  • Keshet

    My best challenge for this compendium of Jewish LGBT resources was the highly-classified equality guide geo search. The “I’m looking for” menu (enhanced with Chosen) allows geo searches for specific taxonomy terms and also some pre-defined combinations of terms. The separate, extra-important affiliation selector combines with this choice. Whew! There were lots of other features…

  • Namati – Innovations in Legal Empowerment

    This is my first BuddyPress site, made once again in cahoots with vernal creative and free range studios. The social functions let member organizations share ideas and tools, while non-member visitors may browse the organization directory, tools, publications, blog, news, and more. The interface sports a couple of varieties of jQuery sliders, data tables, custom…

  • RSF impact map adds content flow, AJAX loading, and more

    Ever seen a map of custom markers synchronized with thumbnail images in a content flow that dynamically loads content including tabs, post listings, and a slide show? I hadn’t either! I was not certain it could be done, but perseverance paid off. The map is tied to the thumbnails, so an item selected in either…

  • urb.is – experiences from Reykjavík, Iceland

    This is a Geo Mashup site focused on Iceland’s capital city. I implemented a custom info window with the nice touch of a colored border to match the color of the clicked marker. This is a great example of a site that uses Geo Mashup well with just a touch of customization to make it…

  • Congressional Hunger Center – DataTables!

    I did a lot of custom WordPress development for this site, but the highlight is the browsing interface for their large library of publications. Publications are presented in a table using the great open source DataTables jQuery plugin. We needed even more filtering abilities to refine the table contents, so I wrote an add on…

  • Walk Philly “Near Me” for Mobile

    This creative catalog of Philadelphia walking tours accomplished most of their features with Geo Mashup and Geo Mashup Search, hiring me only to provide some icing on the cake with a “Walks Near Me” map.

  • The Fine Watch Review “Near Me”

    This fine watch retailer directory was nearly finished and already used Geo Mashup, but wanted a feature to list nearby boutiques that carry a particular brand. If there are no nearby boutiques or the user doesn’t want to divulge their location, a random list of boutiques is generated.

  • Calendar of Antiques

    This site maps antiques events using Geo Mashup and The Events Calendar. I integrated the two so that only upcoming events are displayed.

  • Natural Lands Trust Geo Search

    Natural Lands Trust, a collection of conservation areas in Pennsylvania and New Jersey, hired me to customize their Geo Mashup implementation with a Google-like lettered marker display of geo search results, and some improved handling of the KML-based boundary maps for individual preserves like the Glades Wildlife Refuge. I think it really brings the reality…