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Main-Echo

October 24, 2019

About Main-Echo

NEWSROOM LIFE

Main-Echo is considered to be the biggest daily newspaper in the Lower Main of Bavaria, Germany.

The graphic team uses Mapcreator on a daily basis to create maps for their publications.

Mapcreator really makes our daily life in the newspaper production easier!

Julia Oberle Media designer at Main-Echo

Combine routes with text

FASTER MAP CREATION

The Main-Echo graphics team with T. Göb mapped out the refugee route taken by Gerti Dworschak after the end of World War II. She, amongst 2000 fellow refugees, started their journey into unknown terrains in the Czech Republic over Austria to their destination Wertheim, Germany.

History mapping

ENHANCED VISUALIZATIONS

Over the course of history many places had different borders as there are nowadays.

Main-Echo mapped out the borders of Schweinheim and Eckertsmühle, Germany, at the beginning of World War II in 1939.

Inform your readers

COMMUNICATE WITH GRAPHICS

Julia Oberle, Main-Echo graphics team, illustrated how the inhabitants of Aschaffenburg can still reach the clinical center despite a roadblock of one of Aschaffenburg’s most important roads.

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