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.

Subtleties of Color: Tools and Techniques

Design

Subtleties of Color: Tools and Techniques

About a year ago, we published a blog post framed as a letter to NASA, asking them to stop using rainbow color scales. ... keep reading
16 Complicated Movie Plots Explained With Infographic Timelines

Design

16 Complicated Movie Plots Explained With Infographic Timelines

Movies often have complex plots, tell their story out of order, or involve time travel. Those things create loops in ... keep reading
Bringing π to Life with Sonification

Design

Bringing π to Life with Sonification

Pi is a Tokyo-based boutique advertising firm, but you can’t tell by simply visiting their website. Instead, visitors ... keep reading
Museum of Food and Drink Opens with a Bang

Design

Museum of Food and Drink Opens with a Bang

The Museum of Food and Drink doesn’t follow the traditional subject matter for museums, nor does it adhere to ... keep reading
Breaking Bad Periodic Tables

Design

Breaking Bad Periodic Tables

Breaking Bad is back in the public consciousness since the second part of its final season got started last week. Along ... keep reading
The Underappreciated Seating Chart

Design

The Underappreciated Seating Chart

A fairly common visualization type that is severely underappreciated is the seating chart. The visualization is ... keep reading
Subtleties of Color: Connecting Color to Meaning

Design

Subtleties of Color: Connecting Color to Meaning

About a year ago, we published a blog post framed as a letter to NASA, asking them to stop using rainbow color scales. ... keep reading
Plain or Fancy? — Exhibit Broaches Dateless Design Debate

Design

<em>Plain or Fancy?</em> — Exhibit Broaches Dateless Design Debate

There’s long been a stylistic rift between minimalism and decorativeness — apparent in the differences in our ... keep reading
With Data Visualization, the Pulitzer Center Makes Social Issues Visible

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With Data Visualization, the Pulitzer Center Makes Social Issues Visible

In the grand scheme of things, the Internet is still a relatively new – and fast-changing – medium for ... keep reading
Simplifying Sports Data to Create More Intuitive, Revealing Visualizations

Design

Simplifying Sports Data to Create More Intuitive, Revealing Visualizations

Visualizing a Football Game from Jeremy Yingling on Vimeo. As a lifelong fan of both sports and data visualizations, in ... keep reading