Kieran leads on all commercial and market engagement activity, building new partnerships and brokering new relationships with progressive individuals and organisations. His strength lies in understanding the changing market context and applying new methods and technologies to shape solutions and create more effective enterprise.
Kieran began his user-centred design career consulting with the UK's former no.1 user-centred digital agency ‘Enable’ in 2008. Prior to this he worked in the software and mobile payments industries, in locations from Amsterdam to Italy and once from a pod hotel in Tokyo. Kieran's worked as a user-centred design consultant to; UEFA, Louis Vuitton, Johnson & Johnson, Amnesty and EE. He co-founded product & service design consultancy JOYLAB, and co-authored Econsultancy's best practice guide on product and service innovation. He also writes on new emerging trends and technology for publications such as; The Guardian, Internet Retailing, and Econsultancy.
Kieran's hugely passionate about how a user-centred design ethos and technology are creating a seismic change - not only in how organisations work, but in our global economic infrastructure and the fabric of our our society itself. A keen climber, cyclist and cook, Kieran's either to be found outside in the wilderness, inside the kitchen, or at a blockchain event in Tech City.