We use maps and data visualization to tell compelling stories for some of the world's most visible companies, NGOs, and universities.
Got an interesting opportunity? You should hire us.
Stamen is offering workshops in data visualization and web mapping at our Mission District studio. Registration is open for our next sessions in October 2016. Sign up now!
This 4 hour workshop will give you a solid foundation in web map design principles, with an emphasis on styling geospatial data as part of a data visualization interface.
Interested in both workshops? By registering for both, you will receive a discounted rate at $850 (originally $500 each).
Atlas of Emotions
In 2014, the Dalai Lama asked his friend, scientist Dr. Paul Ekman, to design him an Atlas of Human Emotion, and Paul asked us to help him.
Amazonia Under Threat
Since 1915, the National Geographic Society has been making some of the best maps the world has ever seen. So we were honored, humbled, and maybe even a little nervous when we got the opportunity to work closely with the Nat Geo team designing and building an interactive feature all about the Amazon.
For the past year, we've been working in close collaboration with the Digital Scholarship Lab at the University of Richmond, to bring one of the great works of American historical scholarship into the 21st century.
Audubon Society Climate Maps
Climate change, though we know it's there, is a hard thing to see: it's slow, it's invisible, and if you don't know what you're looking for, then you might not even miss it once its gone.