I am Liam, a designer and design advocate at Google, focused on the future of interface design!
I've helped independent developers, startups, global corporations, and civic organizations invent or improve great, human-centered experiences across platforms from mobile devices to TVs, sidewalk monoliths, and trade show booths.
I've spoken internationally about creating great user experiences, and what the future of design will look like.
And I've spent most of my free time creating, from digital illustrations that look like physical paper to print layouts for the National MS Society, to typefaces featured in the Updike Collection on the History of Printing in Providence, and at the Herb Lubalin Study Center in New York.
Applying print and graphic design principles to functional interfaces.
Look at everything like it's the first time you've seen it.
Making Spotify playlists to suit absolutely any vibe.
Multiples of 4 and 8 (working with systematized layout grids 😛)
That they are an artist, too.