Hello, I’m Brian Li.
I design things with humans for humans—


Digital things that provide real-world solutions

Product Design & Development


Should I Exchange Now

Made for remote workers, currency watchers and travellers, I built this handy tool to help save or make money when converting foreign currency. It reveals the amount gained or lost over time and gives recommendations on whether to exchange right away or wait longer for a better rate.


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Branding & Product Design

Guiker wide2


Finding and renting a new apartment as an international student can be daunting. Guiker makes it easier for renters to go through this process by connecting them with landlords and facilitating logistical & communicative interaction.

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Date scroll

Interaction design and prototype for a horizontal calendar scroll to quickly select dates that are not too far in the future. The idea is to always have a sense of where you are in time relative to ‘Today’, by having an indication while you are scrolling and when you've selected a date.

Made with Sketch and Framer.

Product Design

Wellframe wide


Wellframe partners with leading health plans and healthcare providers to build an improved infrastructure for care delivery by combining clinical medicine and new technologies.

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Bespoke visual design & motion that tell a message

3D Animation


Interface videos made for b:bot—a consumer-facing machine that automatically detects the material composition and content of plastic bottles and shreds them to produce re-usable composites.

TV Graphics Design

Equidia wide


Live TV & multimedia environment redesign for the French channel specializing in horse racing, equestrian sports and the horse world. Covering 10 hours of live races every day, Equidia is effectively the biggest sport broadcaster in Europe.

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Equidia meteo 01

One in a series of weather icons designed to be used in a TV graphics environment to accompany the channel's new visual identity.


Equidia disciplines 01

Icons representing the different disciplines in horse racing. They were designed to be legible at regular and small sizes primarily for TV but also for use on web, mobile and print.


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