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.
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.
For the 2013 TOKY Annual Report, we turned to one of the year’s breakthrough platforms: Instagram video.
- RT @AIGASTL: CALL FOR ARTISTS: The Dot Show, Submissions due by 7/28 to aigastlouis.org">firstname.lastname@example.org — Details on PDF: http://t.co/PeCpZknyAx…
- RT @SmallBatchSTL: Looking forward to Live in the Alley hosted by @tokybd this Friday, 7/25 from 4-8pm! https://t.co/gqXSp31Y4i
- Live in the Alley is a week from today! See you on Locust Street, neighbors http://t.co/68u3OA1pp4
Here’s a look at how the Small Batch signage developed from comps to final product.
In this week’s edition of the TOKY Friday 5, we’re covering our favorite design books.
More than two years after our initial kick-off meeting with Mark Katzman and Gautam N. Yadama, “Fires, Fuel and the Fate of 3 Billion” has been published and released internationally by the prestigious Oxford University Press.
From establishing editorial structure to developing the manuscript and managing the production process, here’s a closer look at how our team helped move this concept from a hopeful idea to an impactful yet accessible story.
Working as a kind of editorial incubator, TOKY helped transform a range of publication ideas and options into a concrete proposal that defined a project vision and path toward publication.
We’re looking for a passionate, curious and talented Print Designer.
We’re proud to announce that our Woody Guthrie Center logo has received a 2014 Communication Arts Award of Excellence.
“Read more” seems to be a common New Years resolution among the masses, so for this week’s Friday 5, we asked TOKY staff to share a glimpse of their reading lists for 2014.
A look back at the trends, projects, and decisions that will define content strategy in 2014 and beyond.
In this week’s Friday 5, staffers discuss which subscriptions are worthy of their inboxes.