Scavengers: End Scam

It’s here: the long awaited sequel. Scavengers: End Scam  The creative process can take many forms. Last May, we dropped the gauntlet at some of the characters that exist on our own industry. We timed it to coincide with the theatrical release of a certain Marvel Studios movie. This year, we’ve assembled a new rogues […]

$31,000 ROI on a T-Shirt.

In 2007, Trampoline was hired by Alta Ski Area to design a series of shirts to be sold on-property in Little Cottonwood Canyon near Salt Lake City, Utah. Back then, the cost to design a T-shirt was around two hundred bucks. The series of designs that were produced included a particularly snarky headline that threw […]

From Pigeon to Peak

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Pass revenue for Peak Resorts is up 20% year over year. It’s a great way for us to start 2019, but we do have to go back a bit to explain the title of this post and the value and significance of relationships. The story of Trampoline’s path to Peak Resorts can be traced back […]

Stock in Photos

Consumers are surrounded by photography in their public, personal and social lives. With more visuals cluttering up the landscape, it’s more important than ever to invest in the best imagery possible. Photo capture is at the top of the features list for new product offerings from Samsung, Google and Apple. Faster sensors, enhanced ISO and […]

The Peaky Grinders

August is upon us, and the height of summer can mean only one thing for the team at Trampoline: ski season. Our crew keeps cool in the hot months by staying waist-deep in powder photos. We’re working through new concepts for Crotched Mountain, celebrating the incredible project underway at Hunter North, and sinking our teeth […]

The scAvengers!

Trampoline exists as a team of dedicated designers, wordsmiths, strategists and production pros. We’ve grown at a carefully managed pace over 15 years and have a specific process that delivers results for our clients. We work hard, and love what we do—and it shows. It’s not always that way in our industry. We’re aware of […]

Happy Trampsgiving

We enjoyed a bit of time off for the Thanksgiving holiday. As a matter of fact, on Wednesday we all walked out to our cars together. We swapped stories, shared plans, and maybe talked about the quirky relative we were looking forward to seeing (misbehave). Traditions, though they vary, offer a common thread. It’s often […]

Making Payroll in the Gig Economy

There’s a thing that happens in our studio. Inevitably, someone ends up dressing like a coworker. We all point and laugh. Knowing that next time it might be us. With an ad agency in the Adirondacks, there’s bound to be repeat flannel.

6 Ways to Turn Data Into Content

Last week Derek sent me a link to an AdAge article about consulting companies like Deloitte entering the industry, armed with data, determined to compete with math. Hiring someone to run numbers for you is a great idea, and can provide insight into who cares about your organization. Consultants are a great lens to view […]

A Look Back

January is always a chaotic time, so many of us puffing up our chests and pledging to do things differently—to be better, thinner, smarter, stronger, kinder, leaner. It’s easy to get swept up in solving the next communication challenge or meeting the next deadline, not to say that they aren’t important, but sometimes all you […]