Andrew Leung’s CV

Developing websites began as a hobby because of a magazine that caught my attention, proclaiming that anyone could make a site and share it with the world. After school I taught myself to create fan sites for Star Wars and other interests. At university I learnt multimedia and since then turned my hobby into a freelance career.


Web design


  • Bitmap software: Photoshop & Pixelmator
  • Vector software: Illustrator & Affinity Designer

Web development

  • MySQL
  • PHP
  • Git source version control


  • Mac OS X


University of Salford, 2006 – 2010

Multimedia & Internet Technology BSc (Hons)


Freelance – Web developer, July 2013 – present day

Eating In & Out –

  • Worked with an abandoned, obsolete CMS created by the client’s past contractor. Refactored and updated the codebase.
  • Redesigned the site to be suited for mobile browsing.

Food Allergens -

  • Database of food allergens present in ingredients restaurants and takeaways might use in their cooking. Created in a short space of time.

Jimmy’s Saté Sauce –

  • Adapted PSD designs into a site promoting a Chinese sauce.
  • Migrated the static site over to a CMS.

Splotches – Web developer, February 2011 – 2014

Sub-contracted work I received from Splotches.

Photography is not a Crime –

  • Designed a bespoke WordPress theme for an American journalist championing photographers’ rights.
  • Worked closely with the client to interpret his blog’s purpose and audience, narrowing the possible ideas down to one finalised design.
  • Created image mock ups which were converted into HTML & CSS, structured to fit the WordPress theme template system.

TV Lab –

  • Converted Photoshop PSD designs into HTML and CSS.
  • Extracted and sliced graphics into usable site image assets.
  • Tidied the codebase and improved the load time.


Contact details available on request.

Pascal Scheepers

Owner of Splotches.

Kathy Cheng

Client for ‘Eating In & Out’, ‘Food Allergens’ and ‘Jimmy’s Saté Sauce’.