Trampoline Designers to Design Designer Trampolines

Two years into the pandemic and many people are still working from home, utilizing products like Peloton to get a workout in during a remote workday. As we’ve learned over the course of Covid though, stationary bikes aren’t the only exercise equipment trending these days—trampolines are bouncing back into people’s homes as a source of […]

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, […]

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) […]

Design Deferred

…with apologies to Langston Hughes. Today, July 13th, marks 4 months since we locked up our studio and began to create remotely. Home office setups became the place for designing-while-parenting, pet photobombs, and laundry debacles… while each Zoom Conference / Google Meet / Microsoft Teams streamed it all for clients and coworkers alike. We use […]

Vector in Place

Keep the content fresh. Even a global catastrophe is no reason to post anything stale. The Tramps challenged one another to market their personal shelter-in-place locations. What’s the best part about where you are? You can almost hear the Sinatra in this fifties throwback by Allison, who puts the kitch in kitchenette. The Stardust in […]

Superheroes of Design

Close up of comic

When I learned that Marvel Studios patriarch Stan Lee passed away recently, it struck a chord with me. I collected Marvel comic books and trading cards growing up; it’s largely what sparked my interest in drawing and graphic design. I filled countless notebooks with sketches of Spider Man and Wolverine, and monopolized the TV watching […]

The Price of Admission

Free of Charge! Live Music! Open Bar!  These are a few qualifiers that never fail to draw a crowd. The first makes the wallet of a casual event goer happy and the second assures them they’ll be entertained (for free), while the third sets them up to crack open that very same wallet for other […]

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.

Summer Favorites; Beverage Edition

It’s no secret that the staff here at Trampoline enjoy a good drink or two. So much so that we’ve dedicated a significant chunk of our working lives to them. Visit the office and you’ll find a well stocked fridge, bar, kegerator, and coffee pot. Catch our team on the weekend enjoying a variety of […]

First & Repeat Impressions

We have a long history of accepting interns at Trampoline. We’ve had high school students come for short stints, college students stay for durations designated by credits they will earn, and we’ve even had people between jobs who want to dip their toes in the agency waters. We try to make sure it’s worth everyone’s […]