Developed in Adobe Flex, the project is separated into three sections: 1) Map: As shown above, this feature plots the Eurovision finalist countries on to a map of Europe and represented by flags as circles sized according to the quantity of Twitter mentions. 2) Ranking: This presents a simple ranking of the votes in the contest for each year, including a display the Twitter and Facebook popularity counts.
3) Who voted who: This layout displays which countries voted for which other countries. By clicking on a particular country's flag, the dynamic display positions it in the centre of a network diagram surrounded by all the other voting countries. The thickness of the connecting lines/spokes between countries represents the size of each vote received in blue and issued in return in red. The main idea here is to see at-a-glance the predominant colour and determine if a particular country has voted higher or lower than other countries. You can navigate through the past 11 years of contests to discover the historic patterns.