Entering an address or a city and state to find a location is far from an exact science. When you enter an address in the United States, GPS Visualizer first attempts to find it in a local database containing geocoding information from the . Census Bureau; this database is not 100% accurate, and you may find addresses plotted on the wrong side of the street or worse. C'est la vie. If the Census database doesn't work, the Google and/or Mapquest geocoding Web services are consulted. But sometimes, it's still not right. When that happens, you may have to enter the coordinates into your file by hand.
Been designing for 20 plus years. There have always been trendy looks in design that people use to give their work a ‘fresh’ or ‘current’ look. I don’t think stock art & photos have anything to do with it. Junior, less creative or less motivated designers fall into this trap a lot. A good designer knows how to inject elements of trends into their work and come up with stuff that actually IS fresh, not just trendy. Thanks for the articles, love it! But consider another easier to read spam stopper please 🙂