Behind the Scenes
The Holidays are decidedly different this year, but we try to be thankful anyway. Thankful for friends, thankful for our community, thankful that we have been able to continue to create.
Working with Comeback KC, Willoughby created a series of social media assets to encourage practices that help prevent the spread of the Coronavirus.
IN Kansas City – Whenever Megan Stephens is out and about, inevitably she’ll spy a product or brand or two (or ten) that her talented team at Willoughby Design created—including work on the Kansas City streetcars.
Startland News – Kevin Garrison stockpiles canisters of ink like he collects cans of limited edition SPAM flavors — feeding a passion for vintage-inspired design that overflows from his Waldo home studio.
As you probably know, Christmas comes in December. Unless you specialize in seasonal retail and consumer products. In that case, you ring in the Yule right around the time the daffodils show up.
The world is on our screens these days and we’re all just trying to get by in this weird new moment of life.
We are all facing a new normal. Amidst the chaos of worrying about the safety of our loved ones, the future of the world and learning what it really means to “shelter-in-place,” business is continuing.
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.