Casey Crary

Manager, Design


Casey Crary is a graphic designer for Dragonfly Editorial, a B2B content marketing agency.
“The core values at Dragonfly are truly embraced by all its staff, and this shines through in the exceptional work we provide to our clients. I’m excited to be a part of this supportive, kind, and passionate team!”

Off the clock

Playing soccer & exercising
Reading mysteries & thrillers
Cooking (and eating!)

With experience spanning industries from commercial real estate to architecture, engineering, and construction (AEC), Casey has been designing and leading creative teams for over 13 years. She specializes in creating clean and engaging projects, developing teams, and exploring ways to improve processes and efficiency.

As manager at Dragonfly, Casey leads the talented design and desktop publishing team, providing art direction, quality checks, and mentorship. She designs and art directs sleek, well-balanced marketing collateral that is rooted in strategy, focused on communicating a core message, and executed with the utmost attention to detail. She builds design teams by fostering an environment of collaboration, growth, experimentation, and fun.

Throughout her career, Casey has had the opportunity to work in a variety of industries, broadening her design and leadership abilities and expanding her technical knowledge. Working with different client types has helped hone her strong collaboration skills, allowing her to interpret and execute client needs with creativity and positivity.

Prior to joining Dragonfly, Casey was the design team lead at Kimley-Horn, a civil engineering consulting firm. There, she supervised a team of 10 designers, organized and facilitated firmwide technical and soft-skills trainings, and designed proposals for some of the largest-fee wins in the history of the company.

When she’s not at the computer, Casey can be found spending time with her husband and two boys, researching and experimenting with new recipes, or trying to recapture her glory days on the soccer field.

Make dragonfly part of your team

Enjoying our content?

Sign up for our monthly newsletter, with tips on writing, editing, and design.