In the developers community Robert is known not only as a co-organizer of the JSUnconf, but also for his tips and tricks around the design of interactive maps with Google Maps or Mapbox. You can find out more about his highlights last year and his hobbies here in the interview.
Malte has been an integral part of our team for two years. As a front-end developer, he ensures functioning and user-friendly websites. His counterbalance to programming? Billiard, 300 kilometer bike races and music.
Satellite images provide a wealth of visual data from which we can visualize in interesting ways. Land Lines is an experiment that lets you explore real satellite imagery through commonly used mobile gestures–drawing and dragging. Give it a try!
Around 40 percent of our team are developers. Their skills are as diverse as our projects. Our colleague Franz Neubert for example currently focuses on the newest features at Mapbox. To keep concentrated, he loves to turn loud music on (via headphones, naturally).
INDRIX – The Inclusive Disaster Resilience Index – will combine the knowledge of NGOs, the expertise of social services and the dynamic reaction of European citizens on natural disasters. Ubilabs supports the project by visualizing these data on an interactive map