Hi, I’m Fearghal.
I design experiences for people.

I’m a highly motivated innovator with over 10 years creating compelling digital and analogue experiences across various industries, cultures and countries. I’m always open to new challenges and projects, so if you think I’d be a good fit to lead your team, let me know.

If you’re looking for a portfolio here, you won’t find one. I no longer maintain a portfolio, primarily because most of the work I do is confidential. If you want to know how I work and what I’ve done, let’s have a conversation. It’s a much better way to get to know someone, don’t you think? I’m happy to share samples of work demonstrating a range of capabilities on a call.

About me

My cross-cultural and cross-functional experience has exposed me to alternative viewpoints and ways of achieving targeted outcomes allowing me to very easily challenge the status quo with stakeholders at all levels.

As a designer, I have worked primarily in the social networking, retail and financial services sectors, on projects reaching millions of people globally, high net worth individuals and the unbanked and financially underserved. With this experience, I have a honed ability to empathise with my target customers and users and build an understanding of their needs with relative ease by holding fit for purpose research sessions that make people feel comfortable and relaxed allowing my teams to extract valuable insights.

I have a wealth of experience planning and executing customer experience research in a number of countries including Germany, Hong Kong, China, South Africa and New Zealand giving me the insight to plan for all circumstances resulting in highly successful and insightful research sessions, both online and in person.

I have recently graduated from a mid-career MSc in Leadership and Innovation with a distinction (🥳) and for the past year, I’ve been working with MYOB in Auckland designing accounting services for enterprise customers.

I’m new to New Zealand and keen to build a network. Send me a message if you’d like to meet for a coffee (Virtual or In-Person).

Kia Kaha!