I'm Tina Liu

I’m a product designer with 6 years of experience in design and development, currently based in Toronto 🍁. Learn more ⟶

Services

Bring your vision to life

Design & Build a Website

I can help you clearly communicate your product/services to your target customers through a custom designed and built website that reflects your brand.

MVP Prototype

Working on a startup? I can help you design and build an interactive prototype to quickly test your ideas.

Short Term Contract

In need of a design resource on your team? I am located in Downtown Toronto, can work remotely  worldwide.

Portfolio

My Selected Work

What others say about me

Tina is a passionate committed designer with an unmatched attention to detail. She constantly pushes her team to ensure that she and they understand the job the user needs to do, how her design can make that job easier, and how that job fits into the bigger picture for the user.
Chris Foster Director of Product
Worked together at PureFacts Financial Solutions

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

How much does a website cost?

It depends on the scope of the project, number of revisions, whether you want me to build it for you as well. In the ballpark, you can expect it anywhere from $500 to $2,000 CAD.

Can you build websites too?

Yes! I use Webflow build highly customizable websites (like this one) in a cost-effective way.

Webflow also makes it easy for you to make simple edits and updates yourself.

Why should I work with you?

I’ve worked in the tech industry for over 5 years, having worked on a wide range of projects from enterprise applications to mobile consumer products.

I’m also a designer that can code, which means I know what to watch out for during the design process so the team can have an easier time during development.

My designs always start with understanding the business goals and user goals, and I make sure that any design decisions are in alignment with your business objectives.

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