Oliver Uberti Creative is a design studio serving clients from Michigan to Miami, London to Tanzania. I specialize in book design, data visualization, and branding, though I’ve also been seen designing storefront signs, sculpting caves, and articulating skeletons. I take on clients whose causes I believe in. I get to know them closely and come to view their missions as if they were my own. Then I ask my favorite question: “What if we?”
Oliver Uberti is a visual journalist. He travels the world with a sketchbook in hand. In 2014, he designed and co-wrote London: The Information Capital, a book of 100 original maps and graphics, to show that London collects and shares more data than any other city.
From 2003 to 2012, he worked in the design department of National Geographic, most recently as Senior Design Editor. His information graphics and art direction have won many international awards and he has given TEDx talks on the creative process. In 2010, Oliver designed 826DC’s Museum of Unnatural History—a non-profit tutoring and writing center built around the belief that “the world is as strange as you imagine it to be.” He left National Geographic in 2012 to form this studio in Ann Arbor, Michigan.