About this project
Show list of needs
HTML web programming, SEO: - Interface design and programming - Online database and database management tools - Multi-platform implementation - Connection to payment gateway Development and implementation of content and back-office module manager - Web-hosting on a dedicated server
Optimisation of communication and management of work teams using the platform
- To offer the platform the optimal project management tools, implementing access to private spaces within external online project management services. - Optimisation of the platform for it to be used on mobile devices
Minimum cost commission
8% of the minimum cost and bank loan commission (0.8% of each contribution).
Maximum cost commission
8% of the maximum cost and bank loan commission (0.8% of each contribution).
Purchase and delivery of rewards for patrons minimum cost
Purchase and delivery of rewards for patrons minimum cost: 150 t-shirts and 25 The Trampoline mugs
Purchase and delivery of rewards for patrons maximum cost
Purchase and delivery of rewards for patrons maximum cost: 50 t-shirts and 10 The Trampoline mugs
|Total||£ 6,027||£ 8,448|
THE TRAMPOLINE is a web platform aimed at promoting professional projects (be they cultural, artistic, technological, etc.) through collaborative work.
There are currently many independent professionals who would like to launch their own business projects but that are lacking the financial resources necessary to hire the professionals or complementary services they need to make them happen, to make a full working team.
Our platform will offer these professionals with a clear, defined project the chance to establish collaborative relationships, in the form of a partnership, with the professionals they need to help them carry it out.
Description of the project. Main features, strengths and differentials.
The aim of The Trampoline is to promote and facilitate contact between professionals from a variety of disciplines with complementary profiles so that they can build working groups that are as self-sufficient as possible, and able to carry out specific projects.
This is not based on a financial relationship, no-one pays anyone anything, but rather everyone contributes through their work. As such, our platform is a meeting point for professionals that share interests or concerns, and not just a place to look for providers and clients, or a website to find work.
Projects are at the heart of the interactions on our website, they are the main feature, the foundations the rest of the content and services are built upon.
The site is to be organised into different sections, some available on the public site, others only available on the members-only section upon registration, which is free:
• project panel (public and members-only section)
• ideas panel (public and members-only section)
• interesting information for entrepreneurs (public and members-only section)
• interesting resources for entrepreneurs (public and members-only section)
• project exhibition panel with the brand of the platform (members-only section)
• videos of experiences related to entrepreneurship (public and members-only section)
• platform conditions of use (public and members-only section)
• listing of professionals by category (members-only section)
• private virtual spaces for each project, to exchange information and files between team members (members-only section)
At The Trampoline we want to promote ethical activity aimed at the common good amongst platform users, who will have to subscribe to a code of best practice for interaction within the platform. Administrators will ensure this code is adhered to.
Why this is important
Projects The Trampoline wants to support can be related to any area: the arts (visual, plastic, audiovisual, stage); videogames, websites and apps; editorial products and projects; architecture, design, etc.
Professionals who will be able to register and take part in the platform are professionals and small businesses whose activity is directly related to this type of projects: creative (scriptwriters, illustrators, musicians, designers, etc.), technicians (programmers, producers, sound technicians, etc.) and service providers (managers, salespeople, community managers, etc.) as long as they want to contribute collaboratively, working in association with the rest of the team, and not as paid providers.
Goals of the crowdfunding campaign
The goal of The Trampoline platform is to drive projects in their starting phase, in which the working group of professionals required to carry out the project is created.
The platform is a place for organisations working together for the common good. We work towards creativity, collaboration, team work, exchange of information and knowledge, shared responsibility and transparency in the agreements reached between members.
The Trampoline is a not-for-profit organisation: its goal is not to achieve financial gain, but to help offer the services described. The idea is for professional management tasks, platform maintenance and services contracted from third parties to be self-funded by the platform.
The Trampoline promoters team consists of Vilma Masdevall, Ramon Moragrega and Jose Saco, three professionals with over 15 years' experience (working together on some projects, individually on others) as freelancers in the editorial and audiovisual sector.
As Jotasaki (Jose) and as Estudi Kalimba (Vilma and Ramon), we are currently developing our own projects with diverse partners in the collaborative way that we are promoting with The Trampoline. It is a model that has allowed us to carry out our professional projects, and we strongly believe in it.
Estudi Kalimba is member of Cookingirona, a group of professionals that, in addition to cooperatively manage a shared workspace, works to build and promote all sorts of creative, cultural and / or social endeavors with collaborative spirit. The Trampoline has become a project that Cookingirona has taken over, and at which pours all his organizational, management and communication skills.