By having a more open and conditional perspective to design, the methodology of Organic Multiplicity has a number of beneficial strengths, in relation to the practice and culture of design.

Since Organic Multiplicity is not dogmatic about a specific theory or visual representation, its methodology does not create walls or barriers in its application. Design participants are free to explore a more pertinent and heterogeneous conceptual environment in the solution building process, without compromising any group affiliation or distinct individual expression. Designers can express and align themselves in any manner appropriate to the creation of a viable solution.

This openness will enhance the depth and expressiveness of a design solution.
In addition, a final design solution is given greater strength through the diversity of its analysis. A final solution is more multi-dimensional in its approach and therefore more stable and enduring as a viable solution.
In considering design as being manifold and various, Organic Multiplicity willingly embraces visual dreck. It is viewed within the constructs of Organic Multiplicity as an expected response to mass-produced, lowest common denominator marketing conditions. It is a vernacular appropriate to its specific contextual environment as an expected approach to marketing. Admittedly, some of these less-than-elegant marketing strategies actually do work in prodding consumers into buying a product. As such, "bad" design has an important place within the greater understanding of "good" design.

By having a broad landscape in which to investigative relevant contextual environments, a greater opportunity for innovative design is created. Subtle relationships or interconnections can be recognized and interpreted, that might have otherwise been missed in a more rigid and narrow approach to design.
In this way, Organic Multiplicity acts as a sort of catalyst in the creation of innovation.