Democracy Redesigned


 What if we had a more democratic democracy, where decisions were made by all the people for the good of all people?

That would get MiVote.


We’ve been working shoulder-to-shoulder with a group of Australians busy building a better and more inclusive democratic system for all.

MiVote, the platform.

MiVote is an information platform that presents you with a variety of perspectives on all major issues up for debate mostly in the Australian Parliament. Their web app enables you to make an informed, well-rounded decision and have your say on where you want our country to go. REAL change is now right at your fingertips.

MiVote, the movement.

Votes you make on the web app define the position of the MiVote Movement on each policy debate in Parliament. Unlike current political parties, the platform does not have a position on any issue until the majority of members have had their say. Together, we the people will determine Australia’s future.


Sometimes great ideas just need a push.

A framework, a manifesto, a name.

With the 2016 Federal Election looming, the time was right to pull together threads of big ideas that had been swirling around in a few minds for a while. Taking hold of these threads, we crafted a brand that a disillusioned and despondent Australian public could understand and believe in.

Real democracy for real people.

Throughout the process, our mandate was to de-politicise democracy. Our messaging was to be positive, inclusive, inspiring and thought-provoking. Our heroes were to be real, everyday people with real concerns – inclusive of all ages, races, experiences and opinions.


Getting the word out on the streets.

Our goal – to normalise political decision making and thinking in people’s everyday lives, not just every three years. How – by strategically disrupting the urban environment, prompting questions in everyday contexts and points of ‘choice’.

MiVote Marketing

MiVote Marketing

A platform for real choice.

The MiVote App is currently in prototyping stage and due for release later this year. Keep up to date or join the movement at www.mivote.org.au