Our Summer Interns Converse for the First Time

The intern interview is pretty hyped up around here. We like to think it’s because we’re the office enigmas. Just ask Chris. He’s always convinced we’re plotting something. On our penultimate week of our internships, we decided to sit down for a quick conversation that will hopefully dispel some of the mystery that surrounds us. …

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Why We Bike, Revisited

My favorite French word is flâner. Originally defined as “the act of being lazy, avoiding chores,” this term became a rallying cry for Modernism. In the 19th century, poets and scholars redefined what it meant to be a flâneur. Charles Baudelaire put it this way: For the perfect flâneur, for the passionate spectator, it is …

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We Figured Some Stuff Out

It is actually pretty hard to sum up a year in 300-500 words. It seems the general consensus has been that 2016 has been the pits. I don’t know. Here are three good things that happened at Bullhorn. These are signifiers of our change. They are some of the way points we will look back on with reverie. … Continued

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Are We Doing Enough?

At Bullhorn we have been thinking a lot about sustainability. Not just financial. Of course, that is important.

We think about our social impact. Are we treating each other well? Do we provide the appropriate support for new parents? Do we give people the flexibility to live their lives and do good work? Are we engaged in our community? Are we working towards justice more broadly? … Continued

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Meet Kristen

Our new intern came to Bullhorn from out-of-state because of our work and our charming personalities. They translated that well. We interviewed her. … Continued

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The Aftermath

We help businesses talk about who they are for a living. We uncover what makes them unique, and articulate it through language and design. We are good at it. Bracket that thought. We are also a small business trying to orient itself. We are refining/defining processes. We are clarifying structure and accountability. We are attempting … Continued

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