We’re always looking to the outside world for new and interesting ways to present stories on behalf of our clients. With 2015 behind us, we’re looking back at some of our favorite storytelling techniques from the year that was.
Insights, essays, and opinions from the TOKY staff.
Stumped for the perfect present for the creative on your holiday shopping list? We’ve rounded up a few of our favorite inspiring gifts for the 2016 holiday season.
Pew Research released analysis on 10 years of social media. Pew’s Center for Internet, Science, & Tech has been tracking trends and demographics since 2005. Read up on the highlights.
We humans have always designed places and called them sacred. And we have endeavored to build them with care and with an aesthetic that speaks to our idealistic selves. Our Brand Strategist, Seán, pulls from his history with Gyo Obata’s Priory Chapel to explain the psychological need for sacred spaces and (in this instance) how it illustrates the beauty in deep and detailed client-architect communication.
While every designer is different, TOKY’s designer, Kelcey, has rounded up her favorite tools for lettering. Of the myriad of pens, inks, and tricks she’s tried (self-admittedly, enough to fill a supply cabinet), these are her six trusty essentials.
What are the tools our Senior Interactive Designer can’t live without? Bert’s collected his seven favorites and explains why you’ll find them useful.
Can you live without them and still get the job done? Sure. But why would you?
Feed your head! From our desks to planning an epic summer roadtrip, TOKY’s favorite design podcasts offer the the histories, concepts, and stories behind the design.
Is Google’s new Mobile Friendly Update the end of the world as we know it? Well, maybe. But maybe not.
Confused? Don’t start hoarding canned goods just yet.
Before you prep for Mobilegeddon, read TOKY’s explanation to be fully responsive.