I don't know whether you saw my suggestion, it still incomplete, as I was waiting your feedback to work on a more detailed alternative, developing the style. My solution was about the visual metaphors to represent your concepts.
I have experience with infographics, me and my partner both have worked/still working in a local newspaper and we could develop a more complete solution for you. If you need this work applied in different occasions we would like very much to work with you in a regular basis.
Check #18 please.
I've worked on how to represent each of the relation first. You need an example of all these relations together? It would be also necessary to know how you are using these infographics (printed or web material), than we can work more on the aesthetic part (fonts, color and lines.) Would you always use this with more text? If yes send me a sample, so we can consider space and proportions for it. The relations I made are only with Iraq, but naturally it will work with the other countries as well. Thank you!
*I borrowed the lines of the map from the internet. If you prefer we can use another map.
Also, consider placement of the country icons on approximate areas of the map to show the extend of Iran's influence, if it does not look to crowded. The arrow wooshes wood show more of a forceful connection, rather than just a linkage.
Hope you got my previous replies. I do not need the connections from Iran to the other countries to be so literal. I need like broad wooshes, rather than finite lines.
Hello, im happy to do this for you now (im very fast). I just need to ask you- if you want a detailed matrix like the first example are you able to load up a word document with the information you need in the graphic? Saves me manually typing it in. Cheers.
Sure i can do that. What countries would you like listed? Or would you like me to build something you can add in text and amend yourself? (I can provide you with editible files). If not, can you please list the countries you have in your report and how many lines you would like going from one to the other, I think that should do it. I can do something up as soon as you can post that. Thank you kindly.
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Thanks for your reply. So far neighboring countries will be the usual suspects:
B. Saudi Arabia
J. United States
Please group Middle East and non-Middle East separately,
Do not really need specific "lines" per say connecting these to Iran, just some sort of "swishy" arrowish thing.
However, the connections from Iran to Iraq can be more definitive and concrete.