Ola Möller

Founder of MethodKit. I make visual tools that help people talk about important topics (like public health, projects, cities, gender equality).


3 things that my projects got in common.
  • Low threshold. Accessible, inclusive, using a straight-forward language & allow for participation.
  • High depth. Allow for exploration, reflection & philosophical perspectives, but it’s not required or should demand it.
  • Multiple perspectives. Not one (1) truth, but presenting many diverse perspectives & examples.

Current projects

MethodKit 2012- (www)

MethodKits are physical tools for collaboration. The cards are meant for creative workshops and effective meetings. A growing family of 33 tools for different areas and disciplines. A project that I founded.

My current role at MethodKit

I make visual tools that help people talk about important topics (like public health, projects, cities, gender equality). I lead the research and the development of new kits along with new collaborations.

Over the years we developed a methodology on how to summarize the important and different perspectives being used when working and talking about different disciplines.

MethodKit.org 2017- (www)

A newly founded organisation that develops tools for the greater good.

Past projects

unMonastery, 2012- (www)

Was a part of initiating unMonastery along with doing the design of the BIOS to help people to start new unMonasteries.

Planetary Scale Design, 2015 (www)

Planetary Scale_ was a series of workshops facilitated by me, Sarah Gold (IF), Carina Namih and Ben Vickers (Serpentine Galleries). These workshops was hosted around the world to explore, anticipate and debate what planetary scale systems mean for our future.

Project of How, 2011-12 (www)

A bank and search function for creativity methods. Funded by City of Stockholm and Swedish Ministry of Culture along with EU. Co-founded the project together with four other Hyper Island graduates.

Georgia Stories, 2010 (www)

Co-editor. Citizen journalism (crowdsourcing) project where 35 young Georgian photographers tell stories about their everyday lifes with photo and text. A selection was exhibited in Tbilisi, November 2010 at the Rustavi Theatre. Also exhibited at Stallet in Stockholm, Sweden. (Made partly with support from Swedish Institute)

We created the project as a spin-off of Photo book about Sweden but applying it to a new country.

This Must Be The Place, 2009-10 (www)

Co-editor of book about Contemporary Art with 43 swedish artists. The book release & exhibition was held at an anonymous adress in Stockholm but attracting 900 people. [crowdsourcing] [arts]

The Photo Book About Sweden 2007-09 (www)

Founder & editor of the citizen photojournalism project which resulted in a book and exhibitions where 44 young photographer depicted Sweden. Translated to 7 languages. Exhibited in Stockholm, St Petersburg, Moscow, Tbilisi, Buenos Aires & Montevideo. Awarded Best Practice 2009 by EU.

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