Chris Casey


Consultant with a multidisciplinary skill set developing user experiences, brand strategies and business solutions. Delivering innovation fundamental to consumer and business generation, needs and values. Focussed on delivering strategies to drive business growth and transformation.

At Present:

Innovation Consultant part of Capgemini Invent.


Accenture: Strategy and Project Management Associate at Accenture. Since joining the company I have worked as a business analyst within the front end delivery space running design discussions and workshops with clients defining business needs, requirements, forecasting deliverables and constructing stories. I played a leading role as a first client contact, managing and developing prototypes, UX, analyzing functionality and screen behaviour for the end solution. Working on a 'diamond' client account.

Diversus: Diversus is Latin for 'Different' and in english has the clear message of diversification meaning to set apart from others. During 2019-2021 I ran my own design practice providing brand and UX consultancy services to startups and small businesses across the UK.

Adseenit: Design and Brand strategist with Adseenit a ‘OOH’ (Out of Home) SaaS B2B technology startup. Leading on pitch deck strategy and communication. Developing brand guidelines and providing branding strategy across website UX/ UI design, information architecture, project management, pitch deck development and industrial hardware design + packaging. Supporting the company develop towards their second funding round in 2020.

Working freelance with multiple clients on projects including brand experience strategy and design support across website design (e-commerce), packaging and marketing communications.


- 2018 London New Designer's 'Stannah Likes This!' Award
- Cambridge Outstanding Learners Award for Design and Technology


2018 Northumbria University - Design for Industry BA (Hons): 1st class

Current Favourite Quote

“Everyone designs who devises courses of action aimed at changing existing situations into preferred ones.”

- Herbert Simon was an American economist and political scientist whose primary interest was decision-making within organizations. He received the Nobel Prize in Economics in 1978 and the Turing Award in 1975