Red Privet, a healthcare-focused customer experience agency providing research, strategy, design and development solutions, was recently honored alongside their clients with six 2016 Horizon Interactive Awards. The winning entries showcase the industry’s best interactive media solutions including web sites, mobile applications, print media, interactive displays, public exhibits, online advertising, video, email and more.
Red Privet’s 2016 Horizon awards include:
Penn State College of Medicine Website: Websites – School / University
Geisinger Health Plan’s Online Explanation of Benefits: Websites – Responsive / Mobile Design
Penn State College of Medicine: Websites – Responsive / Mobile Design
Geisinger Health Plan’s Online Explanation of Benefits: Websites – Consumer Information
Penn State Children’s Hospital: Websites – Health / Human Services
Geisinger’s Proven Experience: Mobile Apps – Business
The 15th annual international competition saw over 1200 entries from around the world including 40 out of 50 US States and 20 countries.
“This is a great honor to be recognized among our peers, especially across a wide range of award categories,” said Matt Hummel, President and Founder of Red Privet. “Our clients provide such empathetic care and service within their communities. We feel privileged to work with them to help deliver a similar, exceptional experience for their customers digitally – whether through websites, portals or mobile apps.”
View the full list of Horizon Interactive Award winners here.
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℠.