David Fiegenschue is president and creative director of FigDesign, a design firm providing integrated identity, print and interactive design.
Fiegenschue holds two degrees in printmaking (hand lithography), a BA from the University of Dallas in Irving and an MFA from Texas Christian University in Fort Worth, Texas. He worked at an ad agency and freelanced in Dallas before managing marketing services for Future Computing Incorporated, where he was introduced to early computer design tools. He was an early adopter of the Macintosh in his own business, launched in 1986.
FigDesign now specializes in integrated design for a range of business-to-business clients. The firm occupies the 1925 former home of Irving mayor C.P. Caldwell, located in the Irving Heritage District.
Fiegenschue has been an Adjunct Instructor of Art at the University of Dallas, and has guest lectured in brand marketing classes in the University’s Graduate School of Management. He developed and taught drawing and design courses at Brookhaven College in the early 1980s. He was part of the Portfolio Review Committee at the Art Institute of Dallas and has been a guest lecturer at the University of Phoenix in Las Colinas.