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C/D/H Promotes Jeff Kinnelly to UX Team Lead

Posted by C/D/H Consultant on Jun 1, 2015 11:56:00 AM

Detroit, MI - C/D/H announces today that Jeff Kinnelly has been promoted from consultant to UX Team Lead. This promotion is indicative of C/D/H's commitment to delivering "people-first technology solutions" and an ongoing commitment to development and growth of its staff.

As part of this promotion, and in addition to his ongoing role providing user-centric consulting to C/D/H clients, Kinnelly will be responsible for growing this team of user experience (UX) consultants. As UX Team Lead, Kinnelly will define and promote industry-leading practices for user research and analysis, interaction design, and usability. 

"Usable and people-centric solutions have been a staple of C/D/H for nearly 25 years and this move reflects the maturity of our practice in meeting the needs of an increasingly mobile and driven workforce" notes Susan Cotts, Managing Partner for C/D/H. "Jeff Kinnelly has shown incredible leadership in helping our clients get technology solutions that work not only for the business and for the IT department, but also for the users."

Kinnelly will assist with the firm's strategic direction for future growth by becoming a member of the firm's leadership team.

Holding a Fine Arts/Communication Design degree from Eastern Michigan University, Kinnelly joined the firm in 2011. He has over 15 years of experience researching, designing and building practical and engaging technology solutions. He currently lives in Bloomfield, MI with his wife and son. He describes himself as a "foodie" and working out of C/D/H's downtown Detroit office allows him to explore the city's growing restaurant scene.


About C/D/H: C/D/H employs a user-centric, lean, and agile approach to IT solutions consulting and has served clients across the country for more than 24 years. The firm has offices in Detroit, Grand Rapids and Chicago, from which it solves organizational challenges through technology in collaboration, infrastructure, unified communications, project management, mobility, and user centric application/software design and development. More information is available at

Topics: UX