With Level 29 Design, you’ll find a versatile and flexible partner, focused on design that works for you. In developing a design direction, Level 29 Design’s principal, Karen Johnson, reviews your needs, your situation and your targets, and is involved in the entire process, from concept to completion. The advantage of direct contact with one person keeps the design process streamlined. A central downtown location makes Level 29 Design well-positioned to work with Seattle’s business district, although clients come from all over the map. Small or large, Level 29 Design approaches each project with the same objective — to present information in a way that engages and enhances understanding.

Karen Johnson, Principal of Level 29 Design

Karen Johnson, Principal of Level 29 Design

A little about the Level 29 Design name

After 12 years as art director for an international public relations company that folded during an economic downturn, I launched my own business from within their offices on the 29th floor of a downtown Seattle building — hence the name Level 29 Design. I quickly developed my own clientele, all from referrals, and moved into my own space, although no longer on the 29th floor. Currently Level 29 Design is in the Joseph Vance Building, a 1929 building renovated to Gold LEED standards, one of the area’s leaders in Sustainable Design.

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