Demo: Location based blog posts

Interactive demo:

Location based blog posts in Atlasphere

Try it out in Atlasphere!


Writing about adventures and trips takes on a new dimension when your posts are found on a map instead of only on a timeline. A map location gives a new kind of relevance, especially as time passes. While readers can look for the very latest posts, they can also discover older treasures through exploring regions on the map, filtered by the friends and authors they follow.

You can see other examples such as a visit to Budapest, exploring a San Francisco neighborhood, and pictures from a hike that you'd typically find posted, without integrated geographical context, to Facebook or Instagram.

You can always pull up on the “See All” drawer and select posts from the list, but the fun is in the exploration of the map.

More demos

  1. Location based blog posts
  2. Linked posts describing a trip to New Zealand
  3. Journalism: San Francisco Crosstown Trail
  4. Journalism: Journey Through Brexit
  5. Regional Restaurant Guide
  6. San Francisco privately owned public open spaces
  7. Real Estate Listing
  8. Posting links to articles
  9. History: New York Times 1619 Project
  10. Go back to the application