Intern Interview Insights

Alt text: Cartoon image of a woman presenting a computer screen with interview tips. Text reads: Intern Insights. 1. Don't be afraid to ask questions, 2. Do your research, 3. Be yourself, 4. Practice Mock Interviews.

As our team gears up to hire a summer design intern, we touched base with actual intern turned current Trampoline employee, Abi Garrand, to find out some real-world tips and insights for the interview process. Abi was an intern in the summer of July 2021 and is currently balancing life as a senior at The […]

On-Mountain, On-Point

On-mountain photo and video shoots have become one of Tramp’s most unique offerings, a service that we have taken the time to hone and perfect throughout years of travel to various resort locations. With our trusted team of professionals, from producers to videographers, make-up to lighting, shot-scouts to photographers, we seek out the best talent, […]

Navigating the Social Stratosphere

Social media is a part of our lives, woven into the fabric of so many things that we do. Whether used personally, professionally, or both, many view, share, create, edit, and scroll daily on one platform or multiple. But how does one stay up to date with the ever-changing landscape of social media algorithms, features, […]

Why We Embrace Your Weird

Everyone’s a little weird, quirky, unique in their own way, right? Why not embrace those elements of our personality and bring them to the forefront, showcasing what makes us, well … us? Then, let’s apply that same mantra to business, putting the focus on the most distinctive parts of your brand so that it shines, […]

Bringing the Winter Stoke (and hopefully some snow too…)

D E C E M B E R 🏂⛷🙏 The most exciting month of the year. Fall turns into winter, snow gathers in the clouds and blankets the summits. Winter—the season we work toward for 10 months of the year—finally arrives. At Trampoline, we’re fortunate to be able to follow our passions online and offline. […]

Business during climate change: Code Red for humanity

An illustration of a bucolic vista in Williamstown, MA with images of boots and leaves preseresenting the importance of land conservation.

As a design and communication agency, we want to contribute to conversations and efforts around climate change. Our clients often ask us to help with a green message. We aren’t interested in perpetuating greenwashing, pinkwashing, or any other lipstick-on pig gestures made to get credit without putting in the work. It can make for awkward […]

Donation communication: Standing out for a cause

It’s Giving Tuesday, 2020: a year that has pushed non-profit organizations to the brink organizationally, and financially. It’s become a Tramp tradition to use this day to point potential donors toward our causes and clients, who are working hard to make a difference. We also love linking our consumer brand clients to non-profit partnerships because […]

An Outbreak of Optimism

So much of what has happened in the last 6 months has been negative. There is certainly no shortage of material out there covering the declining economy, government failure, the sick and dying, failing small businesses and the list goes on. As a small business owner (and to hang on to a sliver of sanity) […]

Graphic design at world’s end: Recognizing the need to keep communicating

World’s end, too dramatic? Maybe.  But right now, California is burning, millions are infected with a virus that has isolated, well, everyone. Entire industries have collapsed. We’ve watched, helplessly, as professional sports ride the bench as a whole, to protect their health (or denounce inequality). We shook our heads as our favorite shows and movies […]

Time to define: what happens next?

We’ve moved beyond “unprecedented” as the adjective of the moment. The novelty of remote work and Zoom calls has faded. Headlines like New Normal and Uncertain Future run, while articles speculate on loan forgiveness and unemployment rates. Things can seem so overwhelming that we struggle to being coping with COVID-19 anxiety, fatigue, and depression. We […]