About me

Hi, I’m Andy Bell—a freelance designer and front-end developer—based in the UK. I have worked in the design and web industries for well over a decade and in that time, I have worked with some of the largest organisations in the world, like Google, Harley-Davidson, BSkyB, Unilever, Oracle, Capita, Vice Media and the NHS.

Over these years, I have worked on both extremely large projects for huge organisations and tiny projects for small startups. This has given me a lot of experience over a large variety of project types. It also means I’ve worked with a lot of teams in various sizes—each with their own constraints and goals. These projects vary between design systems, creative campaign work and good ol’ websites.

I mostly specialise in CSS—whether that is writing a course for Google, co-authoring a book on CSS layout, or creating a methodology to help people write better CSS. Most of my client work involves me applying this experience to help teams write better CSS—often by helping them create a design system.

You can read more about me over on my personal blog, or catch up with me on Twitter, CodePen or Github.

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Hello, I’m Andy and I’ll help you build fast, accessible websites & design systems.

I’m a freelance designer and front-end developer, based in the UK. I specialise in design systems and creative web design, such as landing pages and campaign work.

I’m currently helping Google by refactoring the CSS and creating a design system for web.dev, but I have availability for projects such as small websites, landing pages and consultancy. I will have full availability for larger projects in January 2022.

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