The site we designed and developed for MIT’s List Visual Arts Center has been selected as a Communication Arts Webpick of the Week.
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.
We’re proud to announce that our work for the Indianapolis Museum of Art has been honored with a MUSE Award.
- Invites we designed for @ContemporarySTL are in @HOWbrand's article on paper folding projects! http://t.co/gw978ZHIWS http://t.co/bIYzllj5ki
- RT @MidtownAlley: Join @StlBicycleWorks for a free family-friendly bicycle tour of Automobile Row this Saturday. Meet at Locust & Theresa a…
- We're starting our search for front-end, back-end, and creative developers. Details here: http://t.co/Kzv0P3R62g
Meet Kelcey Towell, the newest addition to our design team.
Our interactive team has officially launched the redesigned site for MIT’s List Visual Arts Center.
Five months into the STL250 celebration, our logo found its way onto a city bus.
TOKY designed a comprehensive brand identity for the restaurant, including naming, logo, menus, and signage.
TOKY re-imagined the Gallery’s expansive Dutch collection as a rich and easily updatable website.
In this week’s Friday 5, we’re sharing our favorite murals around town.
Designer and illustrator Ashford Stamper is our latest addition to the TOKY team.
The new site we developed for Christner Architects is fully responsive and has an enhanced people section to help clients learn about their team.