This year’s entries included magazines from such notable schools as Boston University, Dartmouth, USC, Johns Hopkins, and Virginia Tech.
Whether through View Books or websites, TOKY has long helped institutions of learning — from leading universities to respected K-12 schools — distinguish themselves and attract bright new students.
What exactly is a school supposed to write about on a regular basis? This handy list of post types will help you and your faculty stop wondering what to write about, and start writing.
TOKY refreshed the brand language, mark, and website for Salem Academy, a girls boarding and day school in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
Studies show that audiences prefer to read alumni magazines in print — but forward-looking institutions are using a strong combination of print AND digital to engage graduates.
Fundraising videos are a powerful way to tell your organization’s story and inspire investment. Use these tips create a campaign video with meaning.
We’re excited to announce that the site we built for the McDonnell Academy International Symposium has officially launched.
New City’s leadership wanted a website that would capture the school’s individuality — so rather than squeezing content into a typical school site template, they knew they needed custom design, development, and a personal relationship as they worked on the project.
Early this week, three members of our team made their way to Winston-Salem, North Carolina to present research and discovery findings to our clients at Salem Academy.
The Geo-Education Initiative will bring business leaders, awareness groups, and educators together to advocate on behalf of well-rounded education.
Having learned the fantastic news that TOKY has been nominated for 11 ADDY Awards in the 2012-2013 competition, our first response was, Sweet! As we looked over the list of nominated projects and clients, our second thought was: In a way, these tell a story of TOKY….