British Army Structure – Visual Systems

This part of the Visual Systems we was asked to collect data about anything and create a system that makes sense of that data in a visual way. I choose to base my design on the structure of the British Armed Forces because the information is easily accessible and I like how the British Armed Forces is made up starting from HM Queen Elizabeth II spanning into the different regiments.

Below is my final design of the Structure of The British Armed Forces.

 

 

 

 

 

COPYRIGHT KUDZAI DYIRAKUMUNDA – 2010

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7 Responses to “British Army Structure – Visual Systems”


  1. 1 P Boyes November 28, 2010 at 8:00 am

    Hi,
    Thats a brilliant chart, can I get a copy of it to be used for a presentation to health professionals? Also, do you have any plans to update it with the “ordinary” rank structure?
    Many thanks
    phil

    • 2 kudzd December 2, 2010 at 2:38 pm

      Hi Phill thanks for the feedback i appreciate that! ye i can send you a copy just give me you email address..

      It was a university project if you can get the data i will update it and send you that version aswell thats no problem

      thanks again for taking an interest in my work

      Best Regards

      KudzD

      • 3 Phil B December 2, 2010 at 7:00 pm

        Hi,
        Many thanks for the permission, how would you like to be referenced?
        The ordinary rank structure is: Private, Lance Corporal, Corporal, Sergeant, Staff Sergeant, Warrant Officer 2nd Class, Warrant Officer 1st Class.

        Can I give you a temporary address as posting on here and don’t want to be spamed? e5114067 @ tees.ac.uk

        Many thanks
        Phil

  2. 4 Lewis December 23, 2010 at 4:50 pm

    This is brilliant. The resolution is such that I can’t read the smaller writing in grey … would it be possible to get a copy of this which enabled me to see it properly? Thanks!


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