Developer in Stockholm, he/him
I'm Liam, a developer and prototyper with a passion for creating engaging narratives through code.
After completing a few years of university studies in mathematics and economics, as well as a one-year course in Java development, I decided to enrol in Hyper Island in Stockholm to further enhance my skills in frontend development and gain valuable experience in working with clients in the tech business.
A font editor prototype that uses the phone's sensors to dynamically adjust the background and text color in response to the user's movements. The goal is to engage the user while trying the font in various colors.
Glassmorphism plugin enables you to preview the effect in real-time directly within the canvas. The glass effect algorithm for this plugin surpasses its predecessor, producing a more refined end result.
During the first week, Glassmorphism was number 6 on trending and had more than 1200 users.
Hypermath is a application designed for performing mathematical computations related to abstract algebra. The design and functionality is influenced by the Python IDLE development environment.
I volunteered for the Red Cross Youth organisation for a couple of years. I collaborated with Mattecentrum to start an after-school program for the youth in Rinkeby and Tensta, where I also volunteered as a teacher in mathematics.
Studying front-end development to acquire skills in React.