Carole & Ben @ Crealo

Crealo is an information design practice based in Australia.

Our mission:

Support transformation through visual communication

Our top values:

Serving the greater good
Making an impact
Trust and collaboration

Carole Felmy - Director | Designer

Carole Felmy

Information designer
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I am obsessed simplicity and flow, and love using illustrations to synthesize ideas and concepts. Information design brings all these elements together, distilling complexity into clear visual narratives to make a positive impact.

Born in France, I graduated as a Telecommunication engineer with a specialisation in multimedia from IMT Nord Europe in 1997. I then worked in the IT industry across Europe, South Africa, Canada and the US before moving to Australia. In 2009 I founded Crealo (meaning ‘create it’ in Spanish) in Melbourne, as a design practice.

Crealo evolved from web and graphic design to ‘information design’. Responding to a gap in both government and corporate strategic communication, I have been designing infographics and presentations for executives and thought leaders. More recently I have been gravitating towards the infinitely fascinating field of medical research, working with investigators and academics to communicate leading edge research.

Ben McEwing

Ben McEwing

Creative consultant, facilitator & video producer

Ben is an experienced and dynamic facilitator, running workshops that help uncover insights and distill strategic narratives.

Ben’s career journey began some 20 years ago as a brand strategist at Clemenger. He has since pursued all manner of communication and creative roles across HR, corporate training, creative development, screenwriting, video production and HCD (Human Centred Design). He is passionate about storytelling and does most voice-overs for our animated presentations videos. Ben is also currently studying a master in Gestalt therapy.

Causes we support

Fifteen Treesbob-brown-foundation-logoroyal children hospital foundation MelbourneFanconi Anemia Research Fund