About Me

Hey, my name is Liam Jay and I’m a professional Web Designer and Front-End Web Developer from the city of Bristol in the UK. I currently work with the very talented bunch of designers and web developers over at Love Creative UK.

I’m very passionate about web design, WordPress and I’m a bit of a self confessed typography nerd. I’ve had experience designing and creating a wide range of things for various clients such as: websites, logos, business cards, landing pages and emails for businesses as well as producing unique online brand experiences.

I’m a big fan of WordPress and regularly attend the monthly meetings of the Bristol WordPress People group to learn, and occasionally share some of my own knowledge.

I like to tweet about stuff, which occasionally includes stuff regarding design, the web and WordPress, but it’s more often about my love of Star Wars and gaming. Feel free to follow me on Twitter if you can put up with my ramblings.

Liam Jay

A Brief History

I’m a bit of a geek and I’ll happily spend the day designing, reading, gaming and rummaging through strange websites for some new coding ideas or design inspiration.

After graduating from uni and then working freelance for around 6 months or so, I landed my first real design job at Love Creative UK. After being hired by Love Creative UK (and despite having not much professional web experience) I was somehow labeled as the new “web guy”. I enjoyed the new challenges that the web presented me with and WordPress allowed me to take my web development skills to the next level, although I still class myself as a front-end web developer, not a full stack developer. It’s safe to say I love my job no matter what I’m designing, and I’m proud to say that I feel that shows in my work. When I’m not designing I spend time gaming, cycling, playing badminton, cosplaying, going to gigs or learning magic tricks.

Like what you see? Yes, I’m available for work, so why not contact me

Too Much Waffle?

If, most likely, you’re really busy and just want to know how much experience I’ve had, why not take a look at my skills section, or you can just generally have a nosy at my portfolio to see what design work I’ve been up to.