We’re excited to share the launch of ICanWithMS.org, a site built to give voice to those who refuse to let multiple sclerosis define them.
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.
At TOKY we’re big fans of museum culture in St. Louis and beyond, and we consider ourselves lucky to work with so many great arts and culture institutions. Here’s a round-up of some the TOKY-made museum work that went live in 2013.
- RT @AIGASTL: CALL FOR ARTISTS: The Dot Show, Submissions due by 7/28 to aigastlouis.org">email@example.com — 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
On Friday evening the team headed to Bridge Tap House & Wine Bar for the annual Christmas party, where we enjoyed a spread of food, drink, and then more food.
A few weeks back, we officially launched the redesigned sakcon.com. SAK Construction is one of the fastest-growing pipeline rehabilitation and tunneling contractors in the US.
In honor of the TOKY holiday party tonight, for this week’s Friday 5 we’re covering — what else — party themes. We asked our team for the best themed parties they’ve been to or hosted.
From TV spots to behind-the-scenes documentation, TOKY has created quite a bit of video in the past 12 months. Here’s a look at some of the video work we’ve done for clients and ourselves in 2013.
We are looking for an experienced, passionate Web Developer to join our growing team. Web Developers at TOKY are involved in a variety of projects including developing and working with open-source web applications, front-end website development, and back-end CMS integration.
In this week’s Friday 5, we’re covering a few of our favorite places to visit around the globe.
TOKY created the logo for STL250, the nonprofit Master of Ceremonies for the 2014 celebration of St. Louis’ founding in 1764.
More and more, it seems that agencies like ours are not only being judged by the work they do for their clients, but how they work for themselves.
In this week’s edition of the TOKY Friday 5, we’re covering the crowdfunding campaigns that our team has supported.
As the restaurant’s name, logo, and branding evolved in our office, the floor below slowly but surely bloomed from a former Model T showroom into a cozy bistro.