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About


Everyday Co. designs projects and pathways to help leaders pursue new and necessary ideas. Passionate about community transformation, the studio explores creative ways to connect people to each other and to the places they dwell.

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About


Everyday Co. designs projects and pathways to help leaders pursue new and necessary ideas. Passionate about community transformation, the studio explores creative ways to connect people to each other and to the places they dwell.

Innovation


Innovation is opportunistic; right people, right place, right time. In the face of intractable civic challenges, citizens are increasingly inclined and able to take action on the problems they're most passionate about.

But at its foundation, innovation means doing things differently. This fundamentally requires an interruption or change in the way things have been done. Innovation in the civic space is driven by positive and lasting disruption. It's not innovation until things begin to actually change.

Innovation


Innovation is opportunistic; right people, right place, right time. In the face of intractable civic challenges, citizens are increasingly inclined and able to take action on the problems they're most passionate about.

But at its foundation, innovation means doing things differently. This fundamentally requires an interruption or change in the way things have been done. Innovation in the civic space is driven by positive and lasting disruption. It's not innovation until things begin to actually change.

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Lesson #002


Lesson #002: Who dares, wins.

Lesson #002


Lesson #002: Who dares, wins.

People > Programs


People > Programs. Projects are only as good as the people behind them. Time and time again, we’ve seen the best work develop when the following core roles are established and seated with the best and brightest:

People > Programs


People > Programs. Projects are only as good as the people behind them. Time and time again, we’ve seen the best work develop when the following core roles are established and seated with the best and brightest:

A local connector

Someone who operates on-the-ground to facilitate connections, manage partners and do everything it takes to get the work done—from start to finish.

An inspired patron

A revenue source managed by a visionary group of individuals who are open to alternative possibilities and new ideas.

Us

An external design team who collaborates with local stakeholders to design, package and deliver a unique program or process that addresses local needs.

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Lesson #003


Lesson #003: Invest in individuals.

Lesson #003


Lesson #003: Invest in individuals.

Pick an approach:


Our work equips citizens and leaders to play an active role in advancing their city; inspires communities with good design and powerful storytelling; builds local resilience by connecting networks and increasing community self-sufficiency; and enhances place by creating unique and unexpected intersections. Our areas of expertise are as follows:

Pick an approach:


Our work equips citizens and leaders to play an active role in advancing their city; inspires communities with good design and powerful storytelling; builds local resilience by connecting networks and increasing community self-sufficiency; and enhances place by creating unique and unexpected intersections. Our areas of expertise are as follows:

Build a lab

Civic labs serve as hubs of connectivity for cities. Labs house ongoing fellowship programs, host creative events, curate unexpected opportunities and build innovative tools for citizens. In short, a lab builds the foundation for lasting civic change.

Develop a fellowship

Students and emerging talent want to develop hard skills, leadership, confidence, and valuable connections. Fellowship programs help connect young talent to unique opportunities in the cities they love.

Facilitate a micro-grants program

Artists, teachers, and entrepreneurs need investment to sustain their practices. Micro-grants and competitions help structure funding, networking, mentoring and problem-solving opportunities for individuals who are shaping the future. Learn more about our artist grants work in Chattanooga.

Host an exhibition, lecture or workshop

Citizens want to be inspired and improve where they live, work, and play. Exhibitions, workshops and lectures promote community building, foster interdisciplinary dialogue and teach creative problem-solving. Learn more about the civic design workshops we built in Detroit.

Administer a survey or present visualized data 

Nonprofits, for profits, local governments and residents want to know more about the cities they call home. Visualized data drives accountability. Surveys and other data collection models help individuals and institutions ask the right questions and showcase key findings in accessible ways.

Make the complex clear

The most successful projects are built using clear language and smart design that appeals to a community's senses and emotions. Story matters. We're proud to collaborate with a number of talented writers and designers to deliver stand-out design packages that span across media platforms.

You + Us


We work hard to remove the wall that often exists between designer and client and firmly believe that all people, no matter their background, has something to contribute and should therefore be invited to the table.

When you elect to work with Tomorrow Today, you are accepting this role as a key contributor. No holds barred. All chips in. Investment and full engagement from every party involved is critical to a thorough and successful process. That in mind, saddle up and tell us:

1. What are you passionate about?
2. What does your city need?
3. What skills and professional capacity do you bring to the table?

We'd love to here from you: info@tomorrowtoday.is

You + Us


We work hard to remove the wall that often exists between designer and client and firmly believe that all people, no matter their background, has something to contribute and should therefore be invited to the table.

When you elect to work with Tomorrow Today, you are accepting this role as a key contributor. No holds barred. All chips in. Investment and full engagement from every party involved is critical to a thorough and successful process. That in mind, saddle up and tell us:

1. What are you passionate about?
2. What does your city need?
3. What skills and professional capacity do you bring to the table?

We'd love to here from you: info@tomorrowtoday.is

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Lesson #004


Lesson #004: Work on what you are.

Lesson #004


Lesson #004: Work on what you are.