Infographics

Infographics designed by our company through the years

We began our journey as an infographics design company. In fact, our name was “Killer Infographics” from 2010 through early 2019. Our new name reflects our broad suite of visual communication services and strategy. Yet, we still produce infographics daily for our clients. Check out the work we’ve created over the years.

Cummins Visual Language Design and Campaign

Cummins Visual Language Design and Campaign

Infographic: Netflix Most Rewatched Star Trek Episodes

Infographic: Netflix Most Rewatched Star Trek Episodes

Infographic: Bing Valentine’s Day Mixtape

Infographic: Bing Valentine’s Day Mixtape

Series: BECU Learning Modules, Motion Graphics, Infographics

Series: BECU Learning Modules, Motion Graphics, Infographics

Infographic: Proton Therapy by the Numbers

Infographic: Proton Therapy by the Numbers

Visual Campaign: IIoT by Industry

Visual Campaign: IIoT by Industry

Infographic and Illustration Series: REHAU

Infographic and Illustration Series: REHAU

Infographic: Fortune Brands Fortunate Giving Program

Infographic: Fortune Brands Fortunate Giving Program

Gates Foundation Postsecondary Education

Gates Foundation Postsecondary Education

Infographic: Building the Future with Mobile Construction Apps

Infographic: Building the Future with Mobile Construction Apps

Infographic: 5 Tips for Saving Money Today

Infographic: 5 Tips for Saving Money Today

Infographic: History of the T-Shirt

Infographic: History of the T-Shirt

Multimedia: Epson 3LCD Technology

Multimedia: Epson 3LCD Technology

Infographic: Red Bull Speed Drumming

Infographic: Red Bull Speed Drumming

Infographic: Why It’s Time to Fix the Pre-Owned Auto Market

Infographic: Why It’s Time to Fix the Pre-Owned Auto Market

How One Infographic Turned into a Multi-Year<br />Visual Partnership

How One Infographic Turned into a Multi-Year
Visual Partnership

The NEA’s Multi-Year Visual<br /> Communications Campaign

The NEA’s Multi-Year Visual
Communications Campaign

Infographic: Bridging the Gap

Infographic: Bridging the Gap

Infographic: First World Problems: Great Expenditures in The Wolf of Wall Street

Infographic: First World Problems: Great Expenditures in The Wolf of Wall Street

Interactive Content: The Solutions Project

Interactive Content: The Solutions Project

Infographics: Alaska Air Series

Infographics: Alaska Air Series

Infographic: Completely Accurate and Informed Guide To Comic-Con

Infographic: Completely Accurate and Informed Guide To Comic-Con

Infographic: Escape to Whistler

Infographic: Escape to Whistler

Infographic: Technology in British Columbia

Infographic: Technology in British Columbia

Infographics: Rover Series

Infographics: Rover Series

Infographic: The Age of the Mobile Lawyer

Infographic: The Age of the Mobile Lawyer

Infographic: Your Town Is in the Cloud

Infographic: Your Town Is in the Cloud

Infographic: Are You Working Your Employees to Death?

Infographic: Are You Working Your Employees to Death?

Infographic: Penguins of Madagascar

Infographic: Penguins of Madagascar

Infographic: Breast Cancer — It’s Not the Only One

Infographic: Breast Cancer — It’s Not the Only One

Infographics: Mint.com Campaign

Infographics: Mint.com Campaign

Infographic: Upgrade Internet Explorer

Infographic: Upgrade Internet Explorer

Infographic: Vacation with a Positive Impact: Ecotourism

Infographic: Vacation with a Positive Impact: Ecotourism

Infographic: Autoresponders Assembly Line

Infographic: Autoresponders Assembly Line

Infographic: When an Allergic Reaction Strikes

Infographic: When an Allergic Reaction Strikes

Infographic: 80 Years at the Heart of Your Images

Infographic: 80 Years at the Heart of Your Images

Infographic: Which Type of Change is Toughest on Teams?

Infographic: Which Type of Change is Toughest on Teams?

Motion Graphic: Seth Godin vs. Guy Kawasaki

Motion Graphic: Seth Godin vs. Guy Kawasaki

About Infographics: Company-Specific and Broad F.A.Q.s

Infographics are a classic form of visual communication. They can live on the web or in print. Either way, strong infographics show content rather than just talking about it. They use a combo of icons, illustrations, and/or data visualizations along with limited text. And since text paired with images boosts comprehension by 89% compared to text alone, infographics are needed now more than ever.

At Killer, our approach to infographic design is custom to each company. Every client is unique. So is every goal. Because of this, we begin each project with a detailed chat about your goals.

What is an infographic?

You might think an infographic is simply a long-scroll image with bold colors and visuals. Yet, the true meaning is more detailed. It’s a tool meant to distill info in a way that’s clearer than text. It may tell a story. Or, it may present facts and leave the viewer to decide what it means. With this distinct purpose, not just any icon or graph will do. Click to read more about what defines an infographic.

Do I need to research for, and write, my infographic?

Our company produces infographics from start to finish. This means that our team isn’t just made up of designers. We have in-house expert teams to manage, design, animate, and code your content as needed. And yes, we’ve got researchers and writers, too!

Our team ready to help put your infographic script together. You may have a draft and need help  proofing. Or you may have key insights and need them written up to fit your brand voice and tone. We’ll meet you where you are in the content process. Killer ensures your content is ideal for visual communication and on-target with your brand.

Is an infographic the right medium for my goals?

The best way to get this question answered is to call us! Every need is unique. Infographic design is a great choice for many goals, but it’s not perfect for every goal your company has. Sometimes, a motion graphic or interactive design might be the better choice. Other times, a print piece could work best. This all depends on how you’ll be using the piece, who it’s for, and what you hope to achieve.

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