My goal is to
help and educate

About Kiersten P. Mosley

Kiersten P. Mosley 
Founder, UX/UI & Graphic Designer | (807) 356-5763

Hi. I’m Kiersten P. Mosley, the founder of For Users’ Sake™, a design company that specializes in User Experience design to help entrepreneurs and small businesses with Web, Branding & Graphic Design, as well as Market Research.

I’ve always viewed knowledge as an asset to be shared and have made it my personal mission to educate people of all ages about user experience and design.  

With the launch of my design agency in 2017, I offered free speaking engagements as a way of networking. I found that I really enjoyed it, so I also started…  

  • teaching part time at Confederation College 
  • mentoring entrepreneurs through Thunder Bay’s Community Economic Development Commission and Ingenuity (Lakehead University Student Business Incubator Space)
  • presenting workshops on behalf of PARO (not-for-profit social enterprise in Ontario)
  • participation in Northwestern Ontario Innovation Centre’s annual Tech Week speaking to primary school students in the Lakehead District School Board and the Thunder Bay Catholic District School Board 

However, through the pandemic, two things happened:  

      1.  My teaching all went virtual,
      2.  I decided to focus on what I love most—helping women entrepreneurs “design” their businesses

ALSO, I became quite aware that there is only one “me” and I’m limited to the number of customers I can help one-on-one.  

So, to be able to share the benefits of Design Thinking and Customer Experience Design with other women and businesses, I launched a learning division in the spring of 2022—FUS Academy™—named after my agency.  

I'm so excited and officially welcome you to check out: FUS Academy™ |  Learning For Users’ Sake.

The Entrepreneur Centre recently worked with Kiersten to offer a workshop on survey creation. Kiersten was very knowledge in this area and how to get the best feedback from survey participants. Her presentation style was very engaging and included real life examples to better illustrate her point. Kiersten also worked with us to make sure participants got the most information they could of out of the session. Thanks again!

~ Kirsten Kabernick, Program Coordinator,
Thunder Bay CEDC