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.

How To Use Appropriated Advertising Imagery Appropriately
How To Use Appropriated Advertising Imagery Appropriately

Appropriation, or the act of re-using and re-purposing pre-existing imagery, has long been an effective communication ... keep reading
What Road Signs Say About Human Perception
What Road Signs Say About Human Perception

Street signs are tasked with a difficult job: to quickly and effectively provide important directional information to ... keep reading
Create A Better Brand Social Media Profile
Create A Better Brand Social Media Profile

Nearly three quarters of online adults in the U.S. use social media, and 53 percent of active social networkers follow ... keep reading
How To Talk To Your Graphic Designer
How To Talk To Your Graphic Designer

Designing anything from scratch is hard, especially when you’re new to working with a designer or design team. ... keep reading
“Inclusive Design” Meets The Needs Of Every Customer
“Inclusive Design” Meets The Needs Of Every Customer

We strive to be inclusive in our workplaces, our buildings and our government, but still too few products of all types ... keep reading
Lessons in Typography from the World’s Most Powerful Brands
Lessons in Typography from the World’s Most Powerful Brands

The fonts you choose for both your logo and your content can say a lot about your brand. Because of this, big brands ... keep reading
Stickers, Vinyl And Instant Photos: The Return Of The Physical Object
Stickers, Vinyl And Instant Photos: The Return Of The Physical Object

In a trend that seems to buck the standard of increasing digitization of music, movies and television, the record ... keep reading
Marketers Face Basic Challenges When Using Analytics
Marketers Face Basic Challenges When Using Analytics

  Besides being one of the primary metrics used for selling advertising space on websites, analytics can be ... keep reading
From Baseball Cards to Happy Meals: Lessons From the History of Micro-content
From Baseball Cards to Happy Meals: Lessons From the History of Micro-content

It takes a lot to grab an Internet user’s attention today. Half of all web page visits last for 10 seconds or less, ... keep reading
Massive Visualizations at CeBIT Depict The Scale of “Big Data”
Massive Visualizations at CeBIT Depict The Scale of “Big Data”

At this year’s CeBIT computer trade fair in Hannover, Germany, the world’s most impressive and eccentric new ... keep reading