About Us

We're approachable perfectionists who believe in the power of technology & storytelling to surprise and delight people.

Established in 2007, Bluecadet is an Emmy Award-winning digital agency that creates world-class websites, mobile apps, interactive installations, and immersive environments. We collaborate with leading museums, cultural institutions, universities, and nonprofit organizations to educate, engage, and entertain.

We are driven by a genuine commitment to the mission of each client, and every day we roll up our sleeves to ensure exceptional service and attention to detail.

Meet the Team


Our Studio

Bluecadet is based in an 8,400-square-foot office and production studio in Philadelphia’s Fishtown neighborhood as well as a studio in the Financial District of New York. In addition to working with distinguished clients around the world, we are proud to have created custom digital experiences for over 35 leading institutions in our hometown.

Our process strikes an ideal balance between structure and creative freedom, with an emphasis on strategic planning and strong, sustainable solutions. We are approachable perfectionists who believe in the power of digital technology to surprise and delight people of all ages—changing the way we look at objects and information, encouraging shared experiences and exchange, and making learning more like play.


  • Their dedicated and creative team took our vision, listened to our needs and collaborated with the project team to interpret difficult content into a dynamic exhibition experience that we are incredibly proud of. Throughout the short timeline, Bluecadet was always approachable, flexible, patient, professional and responsive to the needs of the project.

    Kate Quinn, Director of Exhibitions, Penn Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology
  • Nevertheless, the pièces de résistance of this exhibition [Van Gogh's Bedroom's] are the up-to-the-minute electronic programs, where past practices enter the world of tomorrow. A large wall divided into three vertical columns projects the same details from the three bedroom paintings side-by-side. It’s mesmerizing.

    Phyllis Tuchman, ARTnews
  • Visitors love the interactives! We've witnessed great reactions, and people seem to be walking out of the space more excited than when they came in... I haven't seen the puzzle without people in front of it since we installed it. It's a hit!

    John Parr, Media and Interactives Supervisor, The Field Museum