City of Oneonta

The City of Oneonta has two colleges, a beautiful downtown, and aspirations of introducing itself to more people. Oneonta, perched between exposed bedrock cliffs and expansive farmland, has long been known as the “City of the Hills.” Oneonta is preparing to roll out a 21st-century welcome mat with an ambitious way-finding signage update, a facade […]

L.E.A.P

L.E.A.P., formerly known as the Washington County Economic Opportunity Council, has been a vital safety net in Washington County for those living both below and slightly above the poverty line for more than fifty years. They help the elderly, the unemployed, pre-k and school-age kids, as well as families expecting a baby. L.E.A.P. aggressively pursues […]

Hudson Healthwaters Health Network

Hudson Headwaters Health Network is a miraculous triumph of vision, tenacity, and expertise. Founded by physicians who saw a need for healthcare in the rural and remote parts of the Adirondacks, HHHN has become a template for regional community health care. Growing into a Federally Qualified Health Center with 19 community health centers that cover […]

UMaine

The University of Maine at Augusta is a part of the University of Maine System. Their campuses in Augusta and Bangor, and nine UMA Centers, as well as online courses, offer students a wealth of options for completing their degree. Dedicated to transforming the lives of students of every age and background, UMA is a […]

Ames Goldsmith

Ames Goldsmith dates back to 1860 when a self-taught chemist and astronomer from Poultney, Vermont, Merritt Ames, made a discovery. The lantern slides he was creating for his photography endeavors were generating waste that contained silver. Ames was a renaissance man; from there, he developed refinement techniques that produced material usable by photographers, the U.S. […]

CMJ

CMJ has arguably the most in-depth knowledge and expertise in tax law in the area. Their business, established in 1988, has grown to include forensic accounting, retirement planning administration, thorough business valuations, and merger and acquisition services. Their accuracy in the field draws clients from all over the country. They pride themselves on pulling no […]

Paul Smith’s College

Attention spans shrink and competition mounts, but in the end, if you can catch their eye or stop their thumb, you’re golden. Videos and ads featuring PSC students in their natural environments were transfixing and wildly shareable.

Mannix Marketing

Mannix Marketing logo on wall

Mannix Marketing has been in business since the internet was invented, or so it seems. Their visionary approach to online communication and competition has kept Mannix at the forefront of digital media. From web design to search engine optimization to social media strategy, Mannix is a company that understands online positioning, and provides quick responses […]

Lake George RV Park

The Lake George RV Park has been in operation for nearly fifty years and has drawn high customer ratings and continued repeat visits. We worked with the park on a full-illustrative rebrand of their existing logo, signage, and website. Charlie’s Bark Park, a brand new, two-acre recreation area for dogs, was launched with a logo […]

GoNorth

Landscape with Mountains

The Wild Center, as part of a grant from Empire State Development and a project with I Love NY, contracted Trampoline to conceive and brand an itinerary-based tourism initiative. The goal was to put Northern New York and the Adirondacks on the map for international travelers. Trampoline created the name GoNorth to promote a tour […]