UI Breakfast Podcast. Episode 179: Killer Visual Content with Amy Balliett

Published July 17, 2020 by Jane Portman

Portrait of Amy Balliett

Quality visual design is a symbol of trust — but how can companies visually communicate their brand to earn that trust? Our guest today is Amy Balliett, CEO and founder at Killer Visual Strategies and author of the book of the same title. You’ll learn about the best visual strategies along with specific tips on branding, image and palette selection, illustrations, infographics, display ads and social media.

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