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Michal Migurski

Michal Migurski
CTO, Stamen Design

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Stamen partner Michal Migurski architects the technical aspects of Stamen’s work, moving comfortably from active participation in Stamen’s design process, designing database schemas and API’s, to creating the dynamic applications that Stamen delivers to clients.

Michal has been building for the web since 1995, specializing in data design and publishing for a diverse range of clients and numerous public, technical research projects and active open source codebases. He’s a Polish National and holds a degree in Cognitive Science from UC Berkeley. He maintains an active weblog at mike.teczno.com, and likes to talk in front of groups.

Sessions

Location: Regency Ballroom #1
Michal Migurski (Stamen Design), Shawn Allen (Stamen Design), Josh Livni (Umbrella Consulting), Dane Springmeyer (Freelance Consultant)
Average rating: ****.
(4.27, 11 ratings)
Designers and developers are advancing the state of online mapmaking at a dizzying pace. The introduction of global slippy maps in 2005 represented a new era of interactivity and sophistication in geographic user interfaces. Are we on the cusp of another such leap? Stamen says yes, and shows what new work and new advances are being made to push the envelope still further. Read more.
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Location: Regency Ballroom
Michal Migurski (Stamen Design)
Average rating: ****.
(4.55, 11 ratings)
There's a gold mine of historical information to be found in old maps, from long-gone railroads, records of land ownership, to past practices in cartography and design. See how this material can be discovered, digitized, and referenced to modern maps to create dynamic, layered, comparative modern browsers of historical geography using the city of Oakland, CA as an example. Read more.