Liam Richardson is a User Interface Developer based in Vancouver, Canada. For 8 years he has built award winning Websites, Applications and Installations for clients around the globe. Outside of work, he enjoys live music, rides bicycles and eats falafel.

Selected Works

Loungers

I developed two new websites for The Lounges and Cosy Clubs. The unified CMS's allowed Community Mangers to update and maintain both sites with ease. This also allowed for new features to be developed for both sites in tandem.

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Bath Ruby

I've worked with Simon and Richard to develop websites for the (sometimes) annual Bath Ruby Conference. Built in Middleman, these sites also acted as a framework for digital tools used on the day.

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Aperyer

Richard brought me on board to help bring this brand for Catering Duo Aperyer to life. I've been lucky enough to dine at one of their events, and the memory of their bubbagunush will stay with me forever.

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Calvium

Over the years its been a pleasure to work with the team at Calvium on various projects. When they asked me and Ben to help design and develop their new website, we where more than happy to oblige.

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Richard Windosr

There are many things I can be thankful to Richard for. The least I could do was help him put his online portfolio together.

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Closed Sundays

Chris at Closed Sundays as got a special thing going, and this photography first site lets the work speak for itself. His ability to put work aside for his family and friends when it matters most is more than inspiring.

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Potted History of Projects

Pufin Logo
Sky Logo
Livelend Logo
Kia Logo
BDH Logo
Legal & General Logo
Audi Logo
enModus Logo
Lounges Logo
Engage Logo
Lewis Alderson Logo

Previous Clients

Legroom Logo
Green Chameleon Logo
Toucan Box Logo
Cahootify Logo
Somo Logo
Future Kings Logo
Beef Logo

Get in touch

Give me a bell on any of the channels bellow (even LinkedIn if you really have too...) and I'll get back to you asap.