Following the appointment of Logan Woods as Creative Director Strategy in March, the creative team around Chief Creative Officer Michael Kutschinski is now being expanded to include the position of Director User Experience.

Ehlers is well known in the industry. Before becoming a freelance UX manager and consultant, he worked for Accenture Interactive for many years, most recently as Senior Manager User Experience Design.

We are very excited about Robert joining our team! says Kutschinski. He continues, Roberts has the user's perspective. This customer focus, through relevance, feasibility and usability, aligns Robert with the impact achieved on our clients' business. With Robert's years of experience and methodological confidence, from design thinking to innovation management, he is an inspiring director, not only for UX/UI creatives

Michael Kutschinski

Chief Creative Officer, Wunderman Thompson Germany

Research-informed design is a cornerstone of successful innovation. I'm excited to bring my experience in human-centered design and experience-driven processes to the table.

Robert Ehlers

Director User Experience, Wunderman Thompson Germany

Together with Robert Ehlers, Elena Duerl started her position as Senior Consultant CX at the agency in April. These two new hires will strengthen Wunderman Thompson's focus on customer centricity through strategy, consulting and experience design.

Robert Ehlers
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