What we do
We are a multidisciplinary team of data specialists, designers and developers. We help people make the best use of their data, a journey that starts from strategy, to concepts, mock ups, prototypes, design, and development.
Who we are
What does “small multiples” mean?
For us, being Small Multiples means simultaneously looking at the bigger picture and the smaller parts.
The term "small multiples" comes from information design guru Edward Tufte. Small multiples is the ordering of many similar things together to allow for comparison of both similarities and differences. Just take a look at the cover of Tufte's Envisioning Information, 1990 for an example.
Small multiples means highlighting trends in data. It means celebrating diversity. It means connecting individuals with the whole. It means applying patterns and reducing redundancy in projects.
Andrea is a bit of a data visualisation fanatic, she loves projects that are a medium for social change and help to keep people well-informed. Andrea graduated with first class honours from the University of Sydney in Design Computing and was awarded University Medal for her research on information aesthetic data visualisation.
Jack is an interaction designer who specialises in data visualisation with keen interests in tactile interfaces and the internet of things. He loves tinkering and fast prototyping ideas. A former bioinformatician from the University of New South Wales then moved on to complete a Masters degree in Interaction Design and Electronic Arts at the University of Sydney.