We’re looking to add new members to TOKY’s development and design teams. If you’re interested in making beautiful and innovative experiences, we’d love to talk.
Posts from Jay DavidInteractive Creative Director
The new site we developed for Christner Architects is fully responsive and has an enhanced people section to help clients learn about their team.
More and more, it seems that agencies like ours are not only being judged by the work they do for their clients, but how they work for themselves.
Meet our new Content Strategist, Katherine Leonard. Katherine specializes in crafting brand stories on a variety of platforms, from web copy to blogs to social media.
Say hello to our new Senior Interactive Designer, Angie Haakenson. As one of the new senior level designers, her role includes architecting UX strategy, executing beautiful design, and creating responsive user-interface solutions for desktop, tablet, and mobile.
We’re excited to announce that Account Manager Laura McCarthy has joined our team. She offers expertise as an editorial planner, editor and writer, and will work closely with the entire team managing projects from creative development through print production.
We’re excited to announce the launch of the Graphite digital catalogue we recently completed for the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Graphite is the first scholarly art publication of its kind, and we were honored to be selected to lead the design for this project, collaborating with an institution dedicated to and known for pioneering new technologies within the museum community….
New Work: Relaunching the SPACES Website — Built to Become the Largest Digital Archive of Art Environments and Self-Taught Artistic Activity in the World
Nearly two years ago, I joined several members of our team and traveled just south of San Francisco to spend a few days concepting and architecting what will become the largest digital archives of art environments and self-taught artists from all across the globe….
The results from DART 2012 are now live, and six of us participated in the community photo challenge. See the results from the TOKY team after the jump!
What’s the best approach for an institution to take on a new digital publishing effort? At what point is a publication no longer a book, and more like an app living within the realm of other books? How do you innovate within the tools available all while keeping the project efficient? Those are some…