Design Examples - Mapping

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1. Good Design - The mapping relationship between a web site link and the action it allows. The link text appears blue and by clicking the text with the cursor, the user is taken to a new web page on the screen. (http://www.parlormultimedia.com/information_design/)
2. Good Design - The relationship between a computer chair lever and the action of elevating up and down. By pushing the lever up, the chair seat goes up, while pushing the lever down lowers the seat. (http://www.bizchair.com/bt-662-gy-gg.html?utm_source=google.com&utm_medium=Comparison&utm_campaign=Google%20Shopping)
3. Shaky Design - The poor relationship with Apple's latest Map application involves the sometimes incorrect geographic information that results when a user looks up a location, landmark, or destination (http://www.policymic.com/articles/15187/apple-maps-problems-iphone-5-ios-6-maps-app-is-making-google-and-android-look-good)

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