Map created for use by the local authorities.
The main idea is to point out fire risk areas of the Greek island "Lesvos" on the North Aegean.
The final map-result is a weighted summary of two main components (smaller pictures under the main map)
1. high risk areas for humans (road network, parks, towns, camps, monasteries)
2. high risk areas by nature causes (type of vegetation, slope, aspect, mean temp)
In addition the type of vegetation is reclassified in 3 classes (high risk, medium, low) and it is depicted at the third smaller image.
All the above components are summarized (weighted)
Details: DEM (25x25 pixel size), Google image-georeferenced)
I, also, can't read the Greek, so I can't really say much about the text meaning. You could have your legend all in Greek, instead of having "High" and "Low" in english.
I like most of it, but you could improve that orthoimage a great deal. The left and bottom edges being askew is not something I'm a fan of. I don't know if you're using ArcMap, though it looks like it: you could use an image basemap service, instead of a Google capture, and you wouldn't have to worry about georeferencing it that way either. Here's one, for example: http://www.arcgis.co...f6a7f08febac2a9
. Just download the lyr and use it as a layer in your mxd document.
Also, you've got two classes of pattern fill in the legend, but they look identical to me.
Are those labels on the big map I see? If so, they're too small.
Also consider whether you want to put a little transparency on the polygonal/raster areas in the imagery map.
Personally, I like small multiples, like the three maps you have below. Because I can't read Greek, I don't understand what you've done with them in the larger map, but a clear relationship to that larger map and each of the smaller map variables is hard to see. "Summarizing" like that is often really hard to do effectively - but then again, maybe your text clears that up and I wouldn't know!