Axure Tutorial-Practices and Examples: 39.Map Reference Lines

When designing applications for meteorological agencies, it is common to incorporate a design feature that includes latitude and longitude reference lines on a map. As the user moves their mouse on the map, these reference lines also move accordingly and provide the latitude and longitude coordinates of the selected location. This feature makes it easier for meteorological staff to determine the direction of typhoons, the distribution of rainfall, temperature variations, and more. It's not just meteorological agencies that utilize this design approach; applications like Photoshop and Google Maps also incorporate similar features.
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