Olly Moss

Olly is the creative director of Halftone.co, a visualization studio and consultancy in San Francisco. This is the rest of his bio, it can be more than two lines long if he wants.

The History of Space as We Know It, In 22 Infographics and Visualizations
The History of Space as We Know It, In 22 Infographics and Visualizations

Space has captivated humans since the beginning of our history. We have used the heavens for everything from earth ... keep reading
The Internet’s Turning Us Into Cyborgs — But Is That a Bad Thing?
The Internet’s Turning Us Into Cyborgs — But Is That a Bad Thing?

Jason Oberholtzer is the cofounder and a curator of the popular iLoveCharts tumblr, and the co-author of I Love Charts: ... keep reading
Organizing Your Research in 5 Easy Steps
Organizing Your Research in 5 Easy Steps

One of the most important steps in creating an infographic is organizing your research. As an infographic designer, ... keep reading
Drawn: Idioms and Phrases
Drawn: Idioms and Phrases

What better way to spend a sunny Friday afternoon in San Francisco than sketching a few idioms. Can you guess what they ... keep reading
When Yellow Isn’t Really Yellow
When Yellow Isn’t Really Yellow

A rule of thumb in designing visualizations is to use well named colors. But what happens when a well named color, such ... keep reading
Need Help With Your Data? Find an Expert
Need Help With Your Data? Find an Expert

Whether you’re a designer, analyst or journalist, you’ve probably had to work with data or subjects that ... keep reading
Visualizing Super PAC Spending
Visualizing Super PAC Spending

SuperPACs are required to report their spending in some decent detail. That’s a lot of data that’s just ... keep reading
How to Produce Motion Graphics
How to Produce Motion Graphics

Over the past few years, animators have carved out a new niche for themselves promoting brands and causes, and ... keep reading
Visualizing Your Daily Brew: 20 Infographics About Coffee
Visualizing Your Daily Brew: 20 Infographics About Coffee

Coffee is a daily habit for more than half of American adults (58%, to be precise), so it’s no wonder there are ... keep reading