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.

Why Do You Buy Them?
Why Do You Buy Them?

Romy Misra is the Director of Analytics at Visual.ly. Sometimes, she sits on an exercise ball during conference calls.
HÜB: A Space for Visualization
HÜB: A Space for Visualization

Much of the time, visualization consumption is a solitary activity taking place on the private screens of laptops and ... keep reading
The Seasons According to San Francisco
The Seasons According to San Francisco

Growing up in the Midwest, I experienced something that those born and living in sunny California have not: seasons. A ... keep reading
Credit Where It’s Due: Challenges in Sourcing Infographics
Credit Where It’s Due: Challenges in Sourcing Infographics

Many infographics are sourced with data sets, databases or long lists of URLs. These kinds of sources are invaluable ... keep reading
6 Visualizations About the Higgs Boson
6 Visualizations About the Higgs Boson

On July 4th, 2012, CERN announced that, using the Large Hadron Collider they found a boson particle that so far is ... keep reading
Real Life Data Visualization: A Manual Dissection of Rye Bread
Real Life Data Visualization: A Manual Dissection of Rye Bread

Sara Krugman and Momo Miyazaki are currently studying at the Copenhagen Institute of Interaction Design in Denmark, ... keep reading
Should I Go on a Diet?
Should I Go on a Diet?

  Romy Misra is the Director of Analytics at Visual.ly. Her diets are hardly ever successful.
Creating Animations and Transitions With D3
Creating Animations and Transitions With D3

For the ambitious, this is a great intro to creating your own animations and transitions in d3.js. If you get in over ... keep reading
Luggage Correlations
Luggage Correlations

  Who’s traveling this holiday weekend? (Adapted from Guy Delisle’s book, Burma Chronicles.)   ... keep reading
Political Campaigns and Data Visualization: A Tricky Mix?
Political Campaigns and Data Visualization: A Tricky Mix?

As the 2012 US presidential race heats up, we will undoubtedly see lots of politically motivated visualizations. This ... keep reading