Happy Cog Philadelphia

Our letterhead isn’t finished. Our aging website doesn’t provide a clue. Ordinarily an announcement like this one would wait until a site redesign was complete, new business cards were slipped into wallets, and expertly prepared press materials had been carefully seeded in the fields of journalism and the lonely rooms of the blogosphere. But for reasons which will become apparent soon, we can’t wait to relate the news that Happy Cog™ is expanding.

In addition to its original New York flavor, Happy Cog now also comes in a delicious new Philadelphia blend, under the leadership of Happy Cog Philadelphia president Greg Hoy. Both offices provide high-level design and user experience consulting services. They share a vision. They share methods. They even share team members (some Cog personnel divide their time between New York and Philly).

More detailed and more meaningful announcements—not to mention an expanded and redesigned site—will come soon. Meanwhile, welcome, Jason, Rob, Daniel, Heather, Jon, Mark, and Robert Roberts-Jolly.

[tags]happycog, design, philadelphia, nyc, newyork[/tags]

30 thoughts on “Happy Cog Philadelphia”

  1. Mazaltov! It’s a girl! And some boys, and probably more girls! And a huge step for your company!

    Seriously, didn’t see this coming. Why Philly, though – was the talent you wanted just already there? I guess I’d expected a satellite office somewhat further away from the mothership.

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  3. Woohoo! Congratulations. Sounds like a great pooling of talent and lovely that folks outside of NYC will have a crack at Happy Cog-itation.

    Um, maybe Chicago next? I know at least one independent designer who’d chuck it all to join such a great team.

  4. Awesome stuff. Now, being stuck in central NJ isn’t as bad as it seems. Perhaps I can telepathetically tap into your brainwaves as they pass over my home… oh wait, what if you pick up on my great ideas in the process… crap, where’s the tin foil? :-P

  5. Awesome stuff. Now, being stuck in central NJ isn’t as bad as it seems. Perhaps I can telepathetically tap into your brainwaves as they pass over my home… oh wait, what if you pick up on my great ideas in the process… crap, where’s the tin foil?

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