Our TEEM

Two new graphic design interns have joined the TEEM for this summer, and are excited to introduce themselves! Gabrielle Storey My name is Gabrielle Storey, but most people call me Gabby. I am a 21- year- old student pursuing my undergraduate degree in Advertising with a minor...

Have you heard? Boulder is ranked as the number one location in the nation for female entrepreneurs and female-led startups, according to a new study released last month by NerdWallet. And to be quite honest, we’re not surprised. But it gets better. The Boulder...

In business terms, to freelance is to work on one's own for a number of companies, as opposed to your typical, run-of-the-mill desk job in a single spot for a single company. Until my internship at ATOMIC20, I wasn't entirely sure what "freelancing" entailed --...

We sat down with Ben Lovejoy, owner of Lovejoy Creative, to learn more about him. He's a coworker at Atomci20 and has worked with us on multiple clients, including Zayo, Gro.io, LiveGreen, Scrum. What's your favorite brand?  Tough question for a brand guy/over-thinker...

We’d like to take a moment to recognize the newest members of the Atomic20 community! Laura and Heather both joined us for a Talent Lunch, and shortly thereafter became interested in getting involved. Laura Upham is a UX designer with an incredible dog, Sorin. You may...

Greg is a talented graphic designer that comes from New York where he got his experience at agencies crafting his skills in experiential design. He’s worked on brands such as Nike, Kellogg's, and Google helping them connect with their consumers and create a memorable experience....

Definitions first. A meritocracy is “the holding of power by people selected on the basis of their ability.” The Latin translation is literally “I earn power.” Essentially, the best people and ideas win. Sounds like a stellar way to operate a company, eh? It...

Jane Miller, one of our esteemed advisers at Atomic20, is a noted CEO, mentor and author of the highly acclaimed book, Sleep Your Way to the Top (and Other Myths About Business Success). Jane has spent three decades in the corporate world and has risen to become...

A common mistake in branding is believing that the work you put into defining your brand—and the hours spent developing a logo, style, standards, and the look of marketing collateral, websites, and ads—is your brand. While it’s true all of these elements are critical to...

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