We're the mapping platform for thousands of websites and apps, from social networks, to media outlets, to environmental analysis. Here are a few outstanding examples.
Mozilla's maps utilize their subtle colors, typography and design and fit seamlessly into Mozilla's web site. Keeping with Mozilla's open source culture, all maps are based on OpenStreetMap data and Vector Tiles to implement custom design that loads fast at high traffic.
Le Monde is one of France's largest newspapers and they rely on Mapbox to provide a basemap for visualizing news stories. With Mapbox, they were able to customize their map with a unique color scheme and French-language labels.
GitHub, the top site for sharing open source code, offers its users a visual representation of GeoJSON files hosted on its site. The data is rendered over a minimally-styled Mapbox basemap, bringing the users' data to the fore and helping to make it more visual.
City Guides is an app for in-depth travel planning for four of the world's most iconic cities -- London, Paris, Rome, and New York. It features a gorgeous custom look that wouldn't have been possible without the Mapbox iOS SDK.
Congress for iOS by the Sunlight Foundation is an open source app for exploring US Congressional activity, from reading profiles of members of Congress, to learning about bill activity to, with the help of Mapbox, exploring district boundaries. Congress empowers its users to engage with the legistative process.