Our Geeky Office Infographic: A Look Into the Killer Crib

Killer Infographics has been nominated for Geekwire’s Geekiest Office Space, a new award in their annual Startup Awards competition. While it’s quite a funny award, it’s one we are very proud to be in the running for as we have spent our nights and weekends creating a space we all love to work in and this nomination is a testament to our collaborative efforts as a team.

We are among 5 finalists out of hundreds that were considered and with just a few days left before the polls close, we need your vote! To show off our awesome office space, we’ve already created a killer rap video and posted about what makes our space “hella fresh.” Of course, we are an infographic agency are we not? As such, 2 of our design ninjas (Alaina and Kevin) felt that we weren’t giving it our all until we made an infographic to show why we deserve to win this competition. So check out our latest infographic: A Look into the Killer Crib. Share it with your friends, tweet it, and don’t forget to vote for Killer Infographics for Geekiest Office Space before the polls close at 11:59pm on Tuesday April 30th!

Eric Tra

Author Eric Tra

Eric Tra is the marketing director at Killer Visual Strategies. Originally from Spokane, Washington, Eric received degrees in marketing and fine art from Gonzaga University. After graduating, he moved to Seattle with the hopes of of pursuing a career in the city’s thriving tech community. Since earning a position at Killer Visual Strategies at the beginning of 2013, he has been at the forefront of all marketing activities within the company, including content strategy, lead generation, and social media management. Some of Eric’s other strengths in the office are geared toward internal project management; he currently leads the development of content pieces such as blog posts, ebooks, and more.

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