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In a world of big data- we’re for visual data. We believe in the democratisation of information- that research should be accessible to everyone not just to the stats junkies. We’re passionate ...

In a world of big data- we’re for visual data. We believe in the democratisation of information- that research should be accessible to everyone not just to the stats junkies. We’re passionate about turning tables into visuals, data into videos and reports into presentations. As researchers, we understand the methods but we’re also designers and we know what will communicate, and how to best engage. We’re in the business of making you look good and your data make sense.
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  • RESEARCHVISUALISATION.COM INFOGRAPHIC DESIGN ANIMATED DATA VIDEO REPORTS INTERACTIVE PLATFORMS PRESENTATION RESOURCES PRINT VISUALS research you can see research you can see
  • researchvisualisation.com info@mccrindle.com.au +61 2 8824 3422 DETAILS Good infographics get posted, shared and liked. Great info- graphics get used in the gener- al media and go viral on social media. Our infographics have been used in TV segments, in nation- al newspapers, and have been promoted to the front page of some of the world’s biggest sites such as Visual.ly and Slide- share. Your research, with our visualisation, will be read and spread...a lot! INFOGRAPHIC DESIGN
  • researchvisualisation.com info@mccrindle.com.au +61 2 8824 3422 DETAILS If you want to tell people more- tell them less, and you’ll tell them more. Our print visuals take reports and transform them into sum- mary cards, cutouts, banners or booklets. These branded visual forms not only get read, they get kept- and that’s gold. PRINT VISUALS DETACHED HOUSE UNIT OR APARTMENT 76% 14% 10% PAYING MORTGAGE 36% FULLY OWN 33% CHRISTIAN NO RELIGION NOT STATED 61.1% 31.6% BUDDHISM ISLAM 2.5% 2.2% OTHER 2.6% ? RENTING 31% 50 YRS 52 YRS ADULT YEARS LIVED (SINCE AGE 18)32 YEARS TO GO32 ADULT YEARS LIVED(SINCEAGE18)34 YEARS TO GO34 5x 1973 ANNUAL INCOME 6x 1993 ANNUALINCOME 10x TODAY ANNUAL INCOME MID LIFE HOUSING TYPE EDUCATION RATE AVERAGE HOUSE PRICE TERRACE OR TOWNHOUSE % HOUSEHOLDS BY DWELLING TYPE % OF ALL HOUSEHOLDS AV. HOUSE PRICE (SYD) : AV. ANNUAL INCOME HOME OWNERSHIP % HOUSEHOLDS BY TENURE PAYING MORTGAGE 8Y FULLY OWN 18Y RENTING 1.8Y HOUSING MOBILITY AV. YEARS PER DWELLING BY TENURE RELIGION LIFE STAGE MARITAL STATUS 30% NEVER MARRIED 52% MARRIED 12% DIVORCED 6% WIDOWED GROUP LIVING 3% LIVING ALONE 23% SINGLE PARENT 11% NUCLEAR FAMILY 33% COUPLE, NO KIDS 30% NONE 9% 37% 1 17% 3+ 37% 2 VEHICLE OWNERSHIP HOUSEHOLD INCOME HOUSEHOLD WEALTH Y11/12 Degree or GradPost Year 10 Cert. Dip. or 45DOGS 27CATS252FISH $27,248$16,328 $37,492 $50,700 $88,608 $721k $427k$196k$32k $2.2m 195 VEHICLES 260PEOPLE AUSTRALIA ST. IS HOME TO 100HOUSEHOLDS HOUSEHOLDER PLACE OF BIRTH BOTH AUST. BORN 54% ONE AUST. BORN HOUSEHOLD TYPES 24% 27%22% 27% info@mccrindle.com.au Freecall 1800 TRENDS (1800 873 637) know the times mccrindle.com.au UNDER 18 WORKING AGE: 18 - 64 AGE: 65+ =12 MARRIAGES1.4AUSTRALIA ST. EACH YEAR HASAUSTRALIA IS HOME TO 8.9M HOUSEHOLDS & 23M PEOPLEAUSTRALIA ST. EACH YEAR HAS AUSTRALIA ST. IS HOME TO: 100 HOUSEHOLDS & 260 PEOPLE 1.7 DEATHS... % OF POPULATION (15-64) BY QUALIFICATION POPULATION BY AGE (260 PEOPLE) ...AND 3.5 BIRTHS WILLIAM LILY * CURRENT NO. 1 BABY NAMES * * % HOUSEHOLDS BY NO. OF VEHICLES % POPULATION BY RELIGION AV. ANNUAL AFTER TAX HH INCOME BY QUINTILE (TO SCALE) AV. ADULT MID LIFE Source: ABS, McCrindle Research © McCrindle Research 2013 AVERAGE HOUSEHOLD NET WORTH BY QUINTILE % HOUSEHOLDS BY PARENT / ADULT BIRTHPLACE % ADULT POPULATION (18+), CURRENT STATUS 4 NEW RESIDENTS PER YEAR NONE AUST. BORN 34% 12% SA 1.67m (7.3%) NSW 7.37m (32.2%) NT 0.23m (1.0%) WA 2.38m (10.4%) QLD 4.64m (20.3%) TAS 0.52m (2.3%) VIC 5.69m (24.9%) DARWIN: 131,000 MELBOURNE: 4.2m ADELAIDE: 1.2m BRISBANE: 2.1m HOBART: 217,000 PERTH: 1.8m ACT/CANBERRA: 369,000 (1.6%) SYDNEY: 4.7m9 7 12 20 15 6 10 13 14 18 17 19 4 5 2 1 8 3 16 11 21 22 23 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 AUSTRALIA’S POPULATION MAP 1.96 WA TOTALFERTILITYRATEBYSTATE 2.12 QLD 1.80 VIC 1.74 ACT 1.83 NSW 2.09 NT 1.87 SA 2.18 TAS TFR 2.2% WA POPULATIONGROWTHRATEBYSTATE 2.0% QLD 1.8% VIC 1.8% ACT 1.5% NSW 1.2% SA 1.5% NT 0.9% TAS PGR 1. SYDNEY 4.7m 2. MELBOURNE 4.2m 3. BRISBANE 2.1m 4. PERTH 1.8m 5. ADELAIDE 1.2m 6. Gold Coast 605,000 7. Newcastle 552,000 8. ACT/CANBERRA 369,000 9. Wollongong 296,000 10. Sunshine Coast 257,000 11. HOBART 217,000 12. Geelong 181,000 13. Townsville 176,000 14. Cairns 155,000 15. Toowoomba 134,000 16. DARWIN 131,000 17. Launceston 107,000 18. Albury/Wodonga 107,000 19. Ballarat 98,000 20. Bendigo 93,000 21. Mandurah 88,000 22. Mackay 88,000 23. Burnie-Devonport 83,000 24. Latrobe Valley 82,000 25. Rockhampton 79,000 26. Bundaberg 70,000 27. Bunbury 70,000 28. Hervey Bay 63,000 29. Wagga Wagga 59,000 30. Coffs Harbour 54,000 CAPITAL CITY, population Other city, population 1. City ranking by population MAP KEY NATIONAL GROWTH RATE 1912: 3.6% Today: 2.0% World Today: 1.0% TOTAL HOUSEHOLDS 8.7 million (2.6 people per household) NATIONAL MEDIAN AGE 1982: 29.9 Today: 38.1 TOTAL NATIONAL POPULATION 1912: 4.7 million Today: 23 million ANNUAL POPULATION CHANGE Births: 297,900 Deaths: 143,500 Natural increase: 154,400 Arrivals: 463,044 Departures: 247,468 Net overseas migration: 215,576 FULL TIME 1982: 5.2 million Today: 8.1 million PART TIME 1982: 1.1 million Today: 3.4 million TOTAL EMPLOYED 1982: 6.3 million Today: 11.5 million UNEMPLOYMENT 1982: 9.0% Today: 4.9% UNEMPLOYED 1982: 0.62 million Today: 0.58 million www.mccrindle.com.au | freecall 1800 TRENDS (1800 873 637) © Copyright 2012 McCrindle Research Pty. Ltd. Source: McCrindle Research, ABS. 1930 ’35 ’45 ’55 ’65 ’75 ’85 ’95 ’05 1940 1950 1960 1970 1980 1990 2000 2010 50 000 100 000 150 000 200 000 250 000 300 000 350 000 POPULATION BY YEAR OF BIRTH Builders Boomers GenerationX GenerationY GenerationZ GenerationAlpha Born before 1946 2.99 million % of pop: 13% % of the workforce Today: 2% // 2020: 0% Born 1946-1964 5.59 million % of pop: 23% % of the workforce Today: 36% // 2020: 17% Born 1965-1979 4.81 million % of pop: 21% % of the workforce Today: 44% // 2020: 36% Born 1980-1994 4.83 million % of pop: 21% % of the workforce Today: 18% // 2020: 35% Born 1995-2009 4.60 million % of pop: 20% % of the workforce Today: 0% // 2020: 12% AUSTRALIA’S GENERATIONAL PROFILE FERTILITY RATES (BABIES PER WOMAN) Australia 1971: 3.0 Today: 1.9 Current OECD Avg: 1.7 Current world Avg: 2.5 LIFE EXPECTANCY AT BIRTH 1982: Male - 72.1 Female - 78.8 Today: Male - 79.4 Female - 83.9 MEDIAN AGE OF PARENTS (NEW BIRTHS) 1982: Fathers - 30.0 Mothers - 26.9 Today: Fathers - 33.1 Mothers - 30.7 MEDIAN AGE FIRST MARRIAGE 1984: Male - 24.8 Female - 22.3 Today: Male - 30.1 Female - 27.7 Australian Population: 6.5 million 16 million 19 million7 million 13 million10 million 23mil World Population: 6 billion 7 billion5 billion4 billion3 billion2 billion - Liberal / National - LaborKey: Scul Lyons Menz Curtin Chifley Menzies Holt Gorton McM Whit Fraser Hawke Keating Howard Rudd Gillard Australian Prime Ministers: - Republican - DemocratKey: United States Presidents: Hoover Roosevelt Truman Eisenhower JFK Johnson Nixon Ford Carter Reagan GH Bush Clinton GW Bush Obama The “echo boom” - reflected the fertility years of the Boomers Lowest birth rate ever recorded in 2001 (1.7) 1971 birth numbers reach 276,361 - not beaten until 2007 Highest birth rate ever recorded - 1961 (3.5 per woman) Post WWII baby boom War babies record birth numbers McCrindle Research Pty. Ltd. ABN: 99 105 510 772 www.mccrindle.com.au Suite A39, Level 4 24-32 Lexington Drive Bella Vista NSW 2153 Phone: +61 2 8824 3422 Fax: +61 2 8824 3566 info@mccrindle.com.au TECHNOLOGY TIMELINE 2010: Google puts Pacman game on its logo to celeb- rate Pacman’s 30th anniversary. 126 million people play it in 1 day 1982: Commodore 64 launched - sells 1 million units in 4 years 2010: iPad launched - sells 1 million units in 4 weeks 1980: Pacman launched & as a computer game sells 7 million copies 1991: WWW is launched. Takes 4 years to get 50 million people online 1998: 143 million internet users 2006: Facebook opens to the public. Takes 12 months to get 50 million users 2012: 800 million active Facebook accounts 1956: First Australian television broadcast. TV takes 13 years to reach a global audi- ence of 50 million 1923: First radio broadcast in Australia. Radio takes 38 years to reach a global audience of 50 million
  • researchvisualisation.com info@mccrindle.com.au +61 2 8824 3422 For the emerging generation who’d rather watch a video explaining something than read an article about something, and for a busy, easily distracted business audience, you need your data to tell a story, to move, to engage. That’s what animated data is all about. DETAILS KNOW THE TIMES CLICK HERE TO VIEW AUSTRALIA ST. CLICK HERE TO VIEW ANIMATED DATA
  • researchvisualisation.com info@mccrindle.com.au +61 2 8824 3422 DETAILS When people hear- they forget, when they see- they are impacted, but when they inter- act- they are transformed. From apps to interactive splash pages, engagement with your data means being influenced by your data. Imagine that: data that changes lives. INTERACTIVE PLATFORMS HOME PROGRAM CONTACT Australian Communities FORUM
  • researchvisualisation.com info@mccrindle.com.au +61 2 8824 3422 DETAILS What moves a presentation from good to great are the visuals. From powerpoint design to visuals you can show or videos you can play, we help your infomation tell a story. People often ask us “who does your presentation visuals?” well, we do- and we can do yours too. PRESENTATION RESOURCES
  • researchvisualisation.com info@mccrindle.com.au +61 2 8824 3422 Our award-winning research visualisation is communicated in the forms that get most con- sumed. And today that is visual, and video. YouTube is not just a big web- site, but the second biggest search engine in the world. Video reports hold an audi- ence, get shared, and rewatched. Ever seen a written report do this? DETAILS VIDEO REPORTS
  • RESEARCHVISUALISATION.COM research you can see research you can see