LJM

I was born a few months before Mario was released on the NES. 31 years later I made this website.

Liam J Moore

Image courtesy of Theo Bridge

Northern Irish digital designer/developer here. I could say I love going to the movies etc. but that's a bit obvious. I do really love music (electronic), I used to do a student radio show at university. I have a "make your own success" kind of attitude and applied this to my own magazine I started a few years ago.

Photoshop


Illustrator


InDesign

HTML


CSS


JavaScript

macOS/Windows


SEO/Accessibility


WordPress

So a bit of backstory: In 2008 I graduated from University of Ulster with a 2:1 degree in Interactive Multimedia Design. The following year, I studied a Masters and graduated with a Postgraduate Diploma in Multidisciplinary Design. This period of study and practice was the year that made me a designer, building my confidence and learning to dig a little deeper.

In July 2010 I joined Huguenot, an award-winning Irish branding and design agency. I then moved to London and contracted on various roles and jobs. I spent two years at John Lewis working on large national campaigns and smaller day-to-day projects.

ODOU was a self-initiated, self-run printed magazine I started in 2013. It went on to win literary awards for fragrance journalism and was stocked in Tate Modern, London.

I've been interviewed over on Fellow Resident , VITRUVI , Stack Magazines and Future Positive if you want to dig deeper.

  1. Graduation

    2 July 2008
    Graduating

    I graduated from University of Ulster with a 2:1 degree in Interactive Multimedia Design.

  2. Masters

    13 March 2009
    Masters

    The following year I joined the University of Ulster's Masters course, Multidisciplinary Design. It's this year that I learnt to be a designer. I attended many workshops and critically thought about art and design.

  3. The Gambia

    17 January 2010
    The Gambia

    After graduating with a Post-graduate Diploma, I went to The Gambia to do charity work before starting my career. It was a humbling experience working with Fresh Start Foundation and meeting friendly Gambians.

  4. Dublin

    7 September 2010
    Dublin

    I moved to Dublin in 2010 and worked in my first role post-University. It was for Huguenot, an award-winning branding and design agency. I cut my teeth in this role, learning how to work with clients and take lead from a senior designer.

  5. Karaoke

    27 July 2011
    Karaoke

    Living in Dublin, there was the occasional karaoke night!

  6. London

    23 March 2012
    London

    Just before the London Olympics I moved to London. Silicon Roundabout was emerging and I contracted on my first role in the city for Charles Stanley, one of the UK's leading investment management companies.

  7. London design

    22 August 2012
    London design

    It goes without saying that London is one of the most creative cities in the world. I met like-minded designers here and enjoyed going on street art tours.

  8. Develop photos

    27 October 2012
    Develop photos

    I invested in a good camera and never leave the house without it.

  9. The Glasgow School of Art

    4 May 2013
    The Glasgow School of Art poster

    I took a trip to The Glasgow School of Art just a year before the infamous fire broke out and was taken with Swiss-influended posters on display and Charles Rennie Mackintosh's designs.

  10. V&A

    23 November 2013
    The Victoria and Albert museum

    The V&A becomes my favourite place in London and Alexander McQueen's Savage Beauty exhibition is the most incredible exhibition I've ever seen (no photographs allowed though!).

  11. John Lewis

    19 February 2014
    John Lewis selfie

    I start work at John Lewis. I devlop tonnes on this job and get to work with a great bunch of people!

  12. ODOU in Tate Modern, London

    24 June 2015
    ODOU in Tate Modern, London

    My magazine ODOU gets stocked in Tate Modern, London. I feel a sense of accomplishment I haven't felt before.

  13. An inspiration

    11 September 2015
    An inspiration

    I bump into an inspiration (read: nerdy fan spotting), Michael from the YouTube channel Vsauce. He creates thought-provoking science-focused videos.

  14. USA, A-OK

    10 August 2016
    USA, A-OK

    I went back to America since my last trip there when I was 15!

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