Girls. Beautiful, hopeful, dreaming, powerful girls. Girls can and will change the world. But 250 million girls are living in poverty and their unique potential and capacity for growth is threatened every day.
Think pioneer and you may not visualize a dark-haired southern woman with a gentle voice and nerves of steel. Unless you know Ann Willoughby.
In 1914, Henry Ford introduced the assembly line, Charlie Chaplin gave the world a Little Tramp, Babe Ruth made his pitching debut and a group of designers in NYC led by Charles DeKay formed the American Institute of Graphic Arts (AIGA).
A century later, with 67 chapters and more than 23,000 members, AIGA is the largest and longest enduring professional organization for design.
Available in stores across the country, the newest line of Reborn Refuse notebooks proves that recycled can be beautiful and functional at the same time.
In the hive are some exciting projects in our San Francisco office.
LiveBlue Kansas City is a new community wellness center from insurance provider Blue Cross Blue Shield of Kansas City. Willoughby teamed with Helix Architecture to develop a new retail environment– a place where consumers and employers can get in-person assistance with healthcare and insurance choices and learn about healthy living.