Our visualization team started digging deep, extracting data from various flags of the world from the internet websites. It not only gave us implementing parameters but also beautiful insights about the history of the nations, correspondingly. It turned out to be a good start and the keen eyeballing for each flag brought out three insightful elements.
-First, that every flag has multiple colors on them, e:g: Red, Blue, Green etc.
-Secondly, that the majority of the flags of the world have geometrical patterns on them e:g: Stripes, circles, triangles etc.
-Thirdly, that a bulk of flags have symbols on them, relatively from nature, agriculture, or animals and birds.
The data analyses resulted in bulk conclusions, and it seemed intelligent to add filters, to sequence the flags accordingly. We also utilize public data for good. Furthermore, we have visualized how to map any data on the USA map, which you must catch up with.
If you would’ve noticed, ‘Red’ seems to be the most dominating color for flags all across the world map. As per studies, red is the color of competition and reflects a competitive endeavor.
Comment down what is your take on red being the color of the world.