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.
At TOKY, we believe our world can be more thoughtful, more humane, and more beautiful. Through our strategic design and communications work, we help the organizations that create this world be more successful.
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?
- That's right! If you're in #STL, into great #webdesign or #branding, & want to visit, we'd love to chat with you. https://t.co/R5SRwYFJof
- RT @TheNineNetwork: A documentary about the past, present & future of brick in #STL. Watch "Brick by Chance and Fortune" 8:30pm tonight on #ninePBS.
- Creating flexibility for #architecture project pages means projects shine. http://t.co/btQfXhdzAZ #webdesign http://t.co/IARxBfSPKk
Use these six tips to optimize your architecture firm’s project pages for search engines AND people.
Creating an invitation that is as green as it is chic is no simple task.
TOKY’s designers crafted a lush, modern, and whimsical suite of event materials that took Rainforest Alliance’s annual gala from the dance floor to the forest floor and helped our client brand their signature event in signature style.
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.
What does it take to set one architecture website apart from the next? Wight & Company’s new site is packed with unique features and surprises.
TOKY created the name, logo, and brand positioning for Selequity, a real estate crowdfunding platform that launched at TechCrunch Disrupt 2015.
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.