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.

Winners of The Visual.ly Olympics
Winners of The Visual.ly Olympics

When Visual.ly opened the Olympics category, we announced our own version of the Olympic games, for infographics and ... keep reading
Digital Sketching: 5 Drawing Apps for the iPad
Digital Sketching: 5 Drawing Apps for the iPad

When Apple first released the iPad, the tablet’s size was something of a joking point for many, who claimed it was ... keep reading
Chalk Charts: What to Wear
Chalk Charts: What to Wear

Romy Misra is the Director of Analytics at Visual.ly and avoids wearing white. You can follow her on twitter @romymisra.
NYC Best for Business Infographic Contest 2012
NYC Best for Business Infographic Contest 2012

If you’re a designer in the US, you don’t want to miss this one: The New York City Economic Development ... keep reading
Four Visualization Poems and a Haiku
Four Visualization Poems and a Haiku

Arguably, all visualizations rely on metaphors to communicate. These metaphors allow us to use existing knowledge about ... keep reading
Visualizing The Olympics’ Energy Usage
Visualizing The Olympics’ Energy Usage

Hosting the Olympic games is a privilege for any city, and the culmination of years of planning, building and ... keep reading
Interaction Design for Data Visualizations
Interaction Design for Data Visualizations

Interactive data visualizations are an exciting way to engage and inform large audiences. They enable users to focus on ... keep reading
Chalk Charts: Replying To Emails
Chalk Charts: Replying To Emails

Romy Misra is the Director of Analytics at Visual.ly and she gets way too many emails.
The Rising of Olympic Mountains
The Rising of Olympic Mountains

The Olympic games are inspired partly by Mt. Olympus, the tallest mountain in Greece. The origins of the games lie in ... keep reading
Can Big Data Help Win Olympic Gold?
Can Big Data Help Win Olympic Gold?

My friend Perry and I sat in the wooden lobby of an apartment building in Brooklyn today, when a debate familiar to any ... keep reading