Two Announcements: Tap Tap Maps! plus New Family Member

by James Richards February 24, 2012

I'm working on a new product launch called Tap Tap Maps!

Tap Tap Maps! Website


It's a series of customizable app templates that make it quick and easy to get your ArcGIS maps onto mobile devices.

We are launching this product using the Lean Startup approach, so our first goal to validate our problem/solution fit hypothesis. That's why we've put up our landing page in advance of release.

We are initially targeting local governments, so if you are are a CIO or GIS person in local government, feel free to visit the site and sign up for more information. You can also follow us on twitter at @taptapmaps. We are actively looking for 10-20 early adopters to beta test and provide feedback.

We will be building out an initial prototype starting tonight at Startup Weekend Los Angeles being held at the awesome CoLoft space in Santa Monica. Last year at this same event, I participated in the thrilling launch of Zaarly. No matter what happens this weekend it's going to be fun and I'll continue to share my experiences with Tap Tap Maps! as we go along.

In case you're wondering why I haven't blogged in a while, this little guy has been keeping us pretty busy :-)


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James Richards

Hi, I'm James Richards the CTO and co-founder of Artisan Global LLC. We make location-aware mobile apps with maps. I'm the author of QuakeFeed and I helped launch Zaarly at LASW Feb 2011. I also enjoy surfing, snowboarding, golfing, yoga, and music. I love my family: Linda, Sequoya and our cats Remy and Twiggy. Thanks for stopping by, I hope you find something helpful here.

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