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Mapping user input

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Worldchill.com is a Coca-Cola site that allows users to select how they are feeling (anywhere from “freakin’” to “chill”) that maps the response on a world-wide map. By clicking on the map, users can zoom to a specific country or region. The data is, perhaps, meaningless but the site displays an interesting and attractive approach to mapping user input.

By way of information aesthetics.

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