We scope, design and make data visualisations that create insight and allow a story to be told through data. Our data visualisations enable clients to:
gain insight to assist decision making
present complex issues with clarity
communicate to a wider audience.
Data visualisations can be created for a number of reasons including: making data more accessible to the public; as part of a R&D strategy; to improve in-house knowledge and internal processes; as realtime information presentations for exhibitions or foyer spaces.
Our services guide projects from big picture design thinking to finished outcomes that embrace message and medium: strategic documents and roadmaps, interactive websites driven by data, data visualisation portals, mobile and tablet based visualisations, and exhibition installations.
Explore a range of projects we have worked on
"Having visualisations featured in the Design and the Elastic Mind exhibition at MoMA, curated by Paola Antonelli, was the tipping point for establishing OOM Creative in 2008. The exhibition demonstrated a new paradigm of communication where aesthetics, temporality and vast quantities of data were used to provide clarity to complex situations. This was a scale shift - an order of magnitude (OOM) difference - in thinking about how data and information is presented." Greg More.
Greg More founder of OOM Creative is an expert in digital design. His design work has been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art New York, selected for OneDotZero and Resfest International Film Festivals, as well as featured in a range of international biennales and publications.
More is trained in architecture and in the last decade has focused on designing innovative data visualisations, 3D software interfaces and virtual environments. He is a senior lecturer at RMIT University, Melbourne, in the School of Architecture & Design within the Spatial Information Architecture Laboratory (SIAL).
Have a project in mind, or simply want to know more, contact us today.
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