All about us
What is eurovisionr?
eurovisionr is a fun, simple and interactive way to pick the song you want to support at this year's Eurovision Song Contest.
Who are we?
Read about us on our blog.
Set your preferences to rank the participants until you find out who you should award twelve points!
Still don't have a eurovisionr? Try selecting more qualities, the list will update automatically when you set each preference.
Once you have found your eurovisionr share the results with your friends on Facebook and Twitter so they can see who you're supporting!
Who's idea was this?
eurovisionr is the brainchild of Jade Elliott, designed and developed by James Acres.
Where do you get your information?
- Bookies' favourites were chosen based on a list of odds as found on oddschecker.com/tv/eurovision/winner.
- All genres were decided by Jade, based purely on musical intuition and should not be taken too seriously.
- Hair colour and facial hair information was determined from official photos and videos. We, obviously, can't guarantee that this information will still be accurate on the big night.
- Population statistics come from World Bank figures for 2012, updates are from 2013, as shown on Google.
- Region is from UN Geoscheme. Previous wins - Wikipedia.
- Qualifying history - Wikipedia (each country has a 'X in Eurovision' page).
- Qualifying chance - authors own.
- Semifinal, Name, Selection process, Returning artist, age, gender, song, amount of english in lyrics - eurovision.tv & Wikipedia (Artist pages and each country also has an X in Eurovision 2016 page)
The information on this site is intended purely for the purpose of entertainment. If you have any comments on what you see on the site we'd love to hear from you, tweet @eurovisionr
or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
How was eurovisionr made?
eurovisionr was developed and designed by James Acres over a few evenings in April.
The AngularJS frontend requests data from a Node.js powered backend API which connects to a MongoDB database and returns JSON.
Thanks go to several libraries which assisted with the rapid development of a mobile friendly responsive web application.
Getting in touch
If you have any comments on what you see on the site we'd love to hear from you, tweet @eurovisionr or email us at email@example.com.
Return to eurovisionr »