Willoughby takes to the skies to brand construction of the new terminal at Kansas City International Airport.
Hanging out in an Art Deco wonderland with our design pals makes for a wonderful evening.
A14, AIGAKC’s design awards, were handed out over the weekend and we were honored to bring home some wins.
Pets make our lives better, so anytime we find a chance to help make their lives better we’re all in. Plus, we love the kind of research that sits on our lap. Here are a few examples from our latest fuzzy clientele.
Behind the Scenes
Since 1978, Willoughby Design has created branding and design for dozens of companies, non-profits, start-ups, arts and culture. Here’s to 40 more years of creativity, adventure and dogs in the office.
This year Willoughby is looking back on 40 years in design and business, and I am looking forward to launching KC Making History, a new AIGA national initiative to preserve the rich history of design in design hubs throughout the United States.
Need to stand out from the competition? Oh honey, welcome to the hive. Willoughby has nearly 40 years experience helping CPG brands reinvent on shelf with packaging and design that connects.
For the past few years we’ve created Holiday cards with shareable gift tags ready to punch out and pop on a present. It’s a tradition that our friends and clients look forward to as much as we do.
Working on a paper promotion for Neenah is any designer’s dream, so we were thrilled to be invited to bring their papers to life with The Alchemy of Design piece.
We were recently honored by the Kansas City Chapter of AIGA with four awards at their 13th Annual Design Awards, otherwise known as A13.
We love bees at Willoughby. They’re industrious, collaborative and dedicated to making the world a better place.
Behind the Scenes
Say “advertising agency” and the immediate reaction will probably be thoughts of Mad Men. Name any movie or TV show from the past 60 years that required a main character to have a cool job (with no actual work done) and I guarantee they worked in advertising. And were also uncannily attractive.