HARRISBURG, PA – April 26, 2014 – Red Privet, a Pennsylvania-based customer research, digital design, and experience strategy firm with offices in Harrisburg and Philadelphia, proudly celebrates its fifth birthday this month with a deep appreciation for its clients and a focus on the road ahead.
“Five years goes by in a blink,” said Red Privet president and founder Matt Hummel. “As our staff and expertise have grown, we’re discovering better ways to help our clients find more value in their customer relationships.”
Since opening in 2009, Red Privet’s mission has grown from a simple focus on making digital products and services easier to use, to guiding businesses into meaningful engagement with their customers through an in-depth understanding of their journey.
Hummel pointed to the company’s recent hires of researchers, developers, and analysts who are creating opportunities for clients to get to know their customers better.
“While were happy to celebrate this milestone, the business landscape is shifting in new and exciting ways,” Hummel added. “And our team can’t wait to help shape its future.”
Some Red Privet fun facts:
- Headquartered in a spacious office over a 100-year old train station
- A privet is a small, yet versatile tree known around the world for its usefulness
- Its website’s original color scheme was inspired by TV’s Mad Men
- Appears on the 2014 Inc. Magazine 500 |5000 List
- Two-time honoree as one of Central Penn Business Journal’s Top 50 Fastest Growing Companies
Learn more at RedPrivet.com
About Red Privet, LLC
Founded in 2009, Red Privet is a customer research, digital design, and experience strategy firm that helps brands such as Johns Hopkins Medicine, Penn State Hershey Medical Center, and Geisinger Health System deliver the best digital experience to their customers - be it the quickest, most convenient, or most empathetic one possible. Combining immersive research, thoughtful design and innovative execution, Red Privet partners with its clients to create solutions that help real people navigate real life with confidence. They call it Design for Real Life℠.