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 Simplify Video Production By Doing It In The Cloud
How To Simplify Video Production By Doing It In The Cloud

If you run, or are marketing a business, chances are pretty good that you’ve commissioned or created a video to let ... keep reading
How To Pick The Right Video Type For Your Message
How To Pick The Right Video Type For Your Message

As video marketing becomes increasingly commonplace online, it’s important to know which video type will deliver your ... keep reading
How A Bad DIY Video Can Actually Hurt Your Brand
How A Bad DIY Video Can Actually Hurt Your Brand

You’ve seen the numbers and heard the news that online video can help propel your business to the next level, but ... keep reading
Video Marketing Tactics for the B2B Marketer
Video Marketing Tactics for the B2B Marketer

When thinking about promoting an organization with online video, most people think about Businesses targeting consumers ... keep reading
What Makes A Great Explainer Video?
What Makes A Great Explainer Video?

Explainer videos, those seemingly cookie cutter shorts you see popping up all over the place, are definitely ... keep reading
A Risk That Paid Off: Nike’s Last Game Animated World Cup Commercial
A Risk That Paid Off: Nike’s <em>Last Game</em> Animated World Cup Commercial

With the 2014 World Cup getting underway, you can always count on 2 things:   Rowdy fans are going to collect in ... keep reading
The 2.5D Effect: How to Animate Photos and Create a Parallax Shift
The 2.5D Effect: How to Animate Photos and Create a Parallax Shift

Doubtless, you’ve seen it dozens of times: a still photograph within a video that somehow manages to appear ... keep reading
Visually Meetup: You Too Can Make Videos That Rock!
Visually Meetup: You Too Can Make Videos That Rock!

Video professionals, curious parties and marketplace creatives gathered at Visually’s San Francisco headquarters ... keep reading