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.

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24 Days of Content Marketing

24 Days of Content Marketing

Sometimes ideas build like a thunderstorm in the distance. Those you can plan for. But often they come like a bolt of ... keep reading
Are Infographics Dead?

Are Infographics Dead?

Betterbridge’s law of headlines states that “Any headline which ends in a question mark can be answered by ... keep reading
5 Things Designers See That You Can’t Unsee

5 Things Designers See That You Can’t Unsee

1. Unkerned Letters. Unkerned? Yes it’s a word.  It means not kerned!  Kerned? Yes that’s a word too. It has to ... keep reading
Micro-content: The Best Way to Diversify Your Content Strategy

Micro-content: The Best Way to Diversify Your Content Strategy

If you want to develop a successful content marketing strategy these days, creating high-quality content is just the ... keep reading
The Most Important Ingredient of a Viral Video (it isn’t cats)

The Most Important Ingredient of a Viral Video (it isn’t cats)

There are many great YouTube personalities who can get hundreds of thousands of views with their jump-cut editing and ... keep reading
Your Design Work Doesn’t Need a Selfie

Your Design Work Doesn’t Need a Selfie

One of my jobs as creative director at Visually is browsing the portfolios of prospective creative talent (those who ... keep reading
To Create Great Stories, Data Journalists Need to Meet Designers More Than Half Way

To Create Great Stories, Data Journalists Need to Meet Designers More Than Half Way

Data journalism is a relatively new (at least in name) field of reporting. The amount of data created in our lives and ... keep reading
The Federal Budget, Visualized: Death and Taxes 2014

The Federal Budget, Visualized: Death and Taxes 2014

Ten years ago, I created the first in what would become a hugely popular series of annual visualizations of the federal ... keep reading
Orders of Magnitude

Orders of Magnitude

Infographics often deal with large numbers or large concepts, with the goal of making the viewer understand just how ... keep reading
The Hierarchy of Designer Skills

The Hierarchy of Designer Skills

When I evaluate a designer for potential inclusion into the Visually Marketplace, I have very little time to assess ... keep reading