Killer Visual Strategies

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Based in Seattle, Killer Visual Strategies is a creative content agency. Since 2010, their team of 20+ specializes in digital strategy, graphic design, marketing strategy, content marketing, and video production for enterprise and midmarket clients.

Client Insights

Industry Expertise

Information technology




Advertising & marketing






Client Size Distribution

Small Business (<$10M) 20%

Midmarket ($10M - $1B) 40%

Enterprise (>$1B) 40%

Common Project Size

$10K-$49K 3 projects

$50K-$199K 1 project


  • Microsoft

Highlights from Recent Projects

Overall Rating

4 Reviews

Killer Visual Strategies was hired by the Washington State Parks & Recreation Commission to design an infographic campaign on responsible recreation guidelines during the reopening of parks amidst the COVID-19 pandemic. The company also created graphic content for camping that could be repurposed throughout the year. The team of 4-6 people, including an account manager, graphic designer, and content developer, developed a large infographic for the website and several snippets for social media and email marketing. Despite a tight turnaround of two weeks, Killer Visual Strategies was able to deliver a successful project.

Killer Visual Strategies worked with a survey house specializing in assessments of organizational cultures globally. The survey house wanted a stronger presentation of their data that reflected their brand and the modernity of the day. Killer Visual Strategies came recommended by someone associated with a global firm. The team improved the visual presentation of data, enabling clients to be drawn into the data and understand the big messages without explanation. The project was a successful back-and-forth process between what Killer Visual Strategies created and the feedback from the survey house.

Dark Light Inc., an AI-powered cybersecurity solution, hired Killer Visual Strategies for a full rebranding project including logo, website, and infographics related to marketing and sales. Killer Visual Strategies took full project management authority, ensuring the product and marketing sides understood each other and that any branding would look or feel familiar to clients when using the product. They also helped keep the company on task, providing options for messaging and aesthetics. The project, which cost around $110,000-$120,000, ran from September 2019 until February 2020, with the likelihood of future projects.



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