George Kuhl, Technology Director, Digital Development

For nearly 15 years, this leading interactive developer has been crafting engaging digital experiences for some of the world’s largest and most recognized brands. George has played an integral role in award-winning projects across multiple industries and user segments throughout his career. He has an extensive background leading diverse development teams here and abroad, and bringing projects to life for global clients including Fortune 500 leaders. George has worked across multiple technology frameworks, development languages and in closed and open networks, and his expertise encompasses open source PHP/MySQL content management systems such as Drupal, Joomla, WordPress and others.

At Bandujo, George leads the development teams for all digital and interactive work for clients including JPMorgan Chase, Bank of Tokyo and Condé Nast. He is regularly involved in strategic planning to create optimized, validated and accessible deliverables for their diverse customer needs.

Prior to joining the agency, George worked for Lincoln Financial Services where he managed the technology initiatives for client transactions and marketing-driven public facing initiatives, and specialized in data visualization and portfolio planning tools. While at full-service digital healthcare agency Blue Diesel, he led a team that earned a reputation for creating dynamic websites and mobile applications, pioneered the use of self-directed presentations, and architected and built successful Tablet PC- and iPad-based presentations for pharmaceutical giants including Merck and AstraZeneca. George previously functioned as lead developer on J&J’s Concerta brand, the company’s largest client, and was responsible for award-winning work on their Managed Care tool. Earlier in his career he lead teams at ad agencies Foote, Cone & Belding and Goodby, Silverstein & Partners, producing digital projects for a diverse list of leading brands including AT&T, Anheuser-Busch, Mazda and Citigroup.

George attended Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.