Principal

Kurt Cunningham

Kurt Cunningham

An Iowa native, Kurt Cunningham has spent most of his career designing and developing for digital mediums in various roles across Chicago, where he is based.

Kurt focuses on making high-quality, content-focused web and mobile applications for nonprofits and universities. Kurt recently built a fact-checker website for Northwestern University to help students identify and rank the veracity of emerging information about COVID-19. With a deep background in experience design and digital storytelling that has helped him develop a deeper understanding of user behavior and audience engagement, Kurt works with clients to help solve problems small and large.

Over the course of his career, he has had the opportunity to shape startups such as ThinkCERCA, TopstepTrader, OrderNova, and Schlep. He has also worked with large clients such as ESPN, The Business Journals. Climate Advisers Trust, Red Ventures, and the National Governors Association.

Kurt Cunningham

Recent posts

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Hosting a Project Kickoff Workshop Remotely

During the last decade, our team has hosted a significant number of kickoff meetings, or as we call them discovery workshops. Over the course of a few days, our client, their stakeholders, and our team work to understand what problems our client is currently facing with their technology solution,… Read more

Black lives matter

We Stand With You

Black lives matter. It’s time we as a society say enough. It’s time to stand up against discrimination and racism. It’s time for meaningful and permanent change. Made by Munsters has always considered itself an apolitical company. Our leadership team puts their political, social and personal views to the side… Read more

Collect User Data For Cheap

We found, over our company’s existence, that collecting data doesn’t have to be an expensive venture. Nor does it have to be a long-drawn-out, time-consuming phase of a project. As agile designers and developers, we collect data during the life span of the project. Read more