Breaking down barriers, one map at a time.
We’re so glad you found us! With Map Mavin, you have the power to create meaningful and secure web maps. Using our easy-to-navigate web interface and robust GIS cloud, you can count on accessibility, security and endless creative possibility — all at only $20/month. We put the power back into your hands to create, shape and share the maps that matter the most to you and your team.
With a Master’s Degree in Geography, Brock has directed teams of geospatial sales and production professionals in addition to working with geospatial managers, academics and map-users. Brock was mystified when he realized that only one person in a company of 100 knew how to make a web map, while 85 needed to use one. So, he set out to create a GIS for the masses with Katie. Known as Map Mavin’s official “Map Wizard,” Brock loves biking, yoga and going to farmer’s markets.
Ask Brock: How would you use Map Mavin in your personal life?
“For fun, I would plot all the yoga studios in Boulder to maximize the number of classes I could take in a day, based on my ability to bike to them at a certain speed. I’d also plot the safest places where people could lock their bikes up, and let people know about hazardous biking areas.”
It was love at first remote sensing course for Katie. With a Geography degree from the University of Colorado in hand and a passion for satellite imagery, Katie landed a job at DigitalGlobe and met Brock. Now Map Mavin’s official “Geospatial Ninja,” Katie has a diverse professional background working with leading geospatial firms from all corners of the globe. She still remembers printing out Mapquest maps ten years ago, and is passionate about animals, nature, hiking — and awful architecture, according to Brock.
Ask Katie: How would you use Map Mavin in your personal life?
“I could map all of the places I’ve run after dogs! I find stray animals everywhere, but I’ve had little success in catching them. I’d probably plot the quickest route to Boulder from my house, or how many miles I’ve driven in my entire life. Or, I’d create a map to help people see which hiking trails were closed.”