Get The People is a boutique, purpose-driven digital creative agency.
Founded in 2011 by creative duo Rad Bratich and Megan Murphy-Bratich, we’ve partnered with some amazing clients ranging from emerging fintech startups to global lifestyle, fashion, travel, and social impact brands, helping them grow and connect with their audiences, or what we like to call – people.
Today, our focus is to not only create beautiful digital experiences but also to support the creative needs of purpose-led brands that exist for reasons beyond just making a buck and who aren’t afraid to push the edge with their brand and user experience.
Our obsession is getting the people to connect, notice, follow, fall in love with and obsess over your brand, what you’re saying, the trend you’re setting and the style you’re throwing down – brands that get this right, get the people.
Co-Founder / Business Development
Rad Bane Bratich
Co-Founder / Creative & Digital Strategy
Every brand experience is about a human experience.
We combine our proven and intuitive creative process with a clear understanding of you and your audiences to achieve communication, design, impact and growth goals.
Whether you are just starting out or you’ve been around the track before, we always strive to push beyond the expected to create the most powerful brand experience possible – simple but dynamic, progressive yet refined, sophisticated but effective.
Get The People opened it’s doors as a boutique design agency in 2011 – but that’s not where the story begins.
Let’s rewind. Fifteen years ago, Get The People was nothing more than a concept Rad had for an art campaign. It began with an obsession of art and graphics – combined with a desire to spread and share new concepts with the world.
The words were plucked mid-sentence during a subway conversation, and for years the words Get The People were sprayed, inked, stamped, stenciled, and stickered all over the streets of New York City.
Fast forward to 2011, Megan and Rad were each working in creative fields but had a growing interest to craft their own direction in work and in life. After collaborating on a few successful projects, they quickly realized they had something special together.
As a dynamic creative team, bringing together their diverse experience and perspectives, they decided to roll the dice and embark on opening an agency together.
One evening while brainstorming the name of the agency, Megan noticed one of the old stencils with the words, ‘Get The People’. Instantly they knew it was not just the name of the company but would become their mantra and mission.