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 Pros and Cons of Scatterplots
The Pros and Cons of Scatterplots

Scatterplots may not be used too often in infographics, but they definitely have their place. They can show large ... keep reading
Creating Motion Graphics on a Budget: 5 Tips From The Wilderness
Creating Motion Graphics on a Budget: 5 Tips From The Wilderness

When they hear “video” or “motion graphic,” most people tend to think one of three things: ... keep reading
16 Memorial Day Infographics to Honor Our Veterans
16 Memorial Day Infographics to Honor Our Veterans

Memorial Day is an American holiday for remembering and honoring war veterans who died during military service. ... keep reading
An Open Letter to Data Providers: Clean Formats, Please
An Open Letter to Data Providers: Clean Formats, Please

Dear Data Collectors and Providers, Over the past few weeks, I have worked on a few projects that involve collecting ... keep reading
The Dangers of Scale: Visualizing the Hills of Bay to Breakers
The Dangers of Scale: Visualizing the Hills of Bay to Breakers

If you live in San Francisco, chances are you’ve heard of a “little” running event happening this ... keep reading
How Much is Mark Zuckerberg Worth?
How Much is Mark Zuckerberg Worth?

Facebook’s IPO has been making news waves today coast to coast. And if you’re like most people, chances are ... keep reading
Visualized: A Closer Look at North Carolina’s Vote on Marriage Rights
Visualized: A Closer Look at North Carolina’s Vote on Marriage Rights

The issue of gay marriage is a contentious one, and we recently had yet another glimpse at just how controversial it ... keep reading
6 Websites to Satisfy Your Daily Data Visualization Cravings
6 Websites to Satisfy Your Daily Data Visualization Cravings

Here at Visual.ly we spend our days viewing, creating, finding, designing, and proofing data visualizations and ... keep reading