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.

Eight Different Takes on Presidential Election Maps
Eight Different Takes on Presidential Election Maps

As the 2012 US Presidential election heats up, the array of maps for analyzing likely outcomes is increasing. Different ... keep reading
I Suck at Drawing: Skipping Storyboards in Motion Graphic Design
I Suck at Drawing: Skipping Storyboards in Motion Graphic Design

Jonathan Reyes is a motion graphic designer whose work on The Economy of Coca-Cola earned him a nomination for a 2012 ... keep reading
Analysis vs. Promotion vs. Story: A Tale of Three Audiences
Analysis vs. Promotion vs. Story: A Tale of Three Audiences

The world of visualization has a few different camps of thought, which can be roughly grouped as follows: Those who ... keep reading
Battle of the Maps: iOS 6 vs. Android
Battle of the Maps: iOS 6 vs. Android

Yesterday, Apple released iOS 6 and along with it, their new mapping and directions application: Maps. The hype was ... keep reading
Mixed Skillsets Produce Great Infographics
Mixed Skillsets Produce Great Infographics

Accurat is a design agency and consultancy based in Milan, Italy, transforming data into meaningful stories, and ... keep reading
Tell us what you think.
Tell us what you think.

The Visual.ly blog was recently nominated for an OMMA Award and we are very excited and proud to have made it as a ... keep reading
Infographics and Visualizations as Tools For the Mind
Infographics and Visualizations as Tools For the Mind

Alberto Cairo teaches infographics and visualization at the University of Miami. He taught at UNC-Chapel Hill between ... keep reading
Improve Your Eating Habits With 5 Infographics on Nutrition
Improve Your Eating Habits With 5 Infographics on Nutrition

So maybe you over-indulged on barbecue or couldn’t resist the cupcakes this holiday weekend — and with the ... keep reading