What Else? Black Tomato axes black, Travix hires, Cheapflights-iJento, NYC maps, Skyscanner appNewsBy PhocusWire | April 6, 2012Share This article was originally published on What else is going on in the world of travel tech? A round-up of other stories from across the industry? Ditching the black at Black Tomato with a new-look website unveiled this week. The tailor-made holiday operator says it is switching to "minimal image-led design" after years with a solid black background. New features include an interactive world and departure board-style navigation. The company also recently switched its co.uk domain to .com.Walt Disney Company executive Ted Jansen is joining online travel mega-brand Travix to head its Americas division. As executive vice president, Jansen will oversee the Travix brands in the US, including Vayama and BudgetAir, and the BudgetAir service in Canada. Prior to being VP of product management and marketing at Disney, Jansen was SVP for product and retail at Expedia.Cheapflights wants to better integrate its on and offline data via a partnership unveiled in iJento. The deal sees multichannel content added to iJento's Datamart service to allow Cheapflights to analyse "visitor segments and how well its mix of deals and partners matches with customer behaviour and interests".Better maps for visitors to New York City is the goal of the city's official marketing and tourism organisation through a deal announced with the CityMaps startup. NYCGo will provide a new mapping service through its iPhone application, giving users better access to content such as 90,000 hotels, restaurants, bars, stores and attractions.Enhancements to the Skyscanner mobile service released this week, with a new version of its application for Windows-based devices. The latest outing gives users access to a flexible data function showing users flight prices each day for an entire month as well as an "everywhere" function to allow search across multiple destinations.