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If you’re a creative person, the best way to let every part of your unique personality shine on the web is through your own personal website. But how do you decide what to put on it? What should be the theme? If you need inspiration for how to build a perfect personal website, then look to this week’s #WebsiteWednesday, Liucid.xyz.

Annie Liu, the creator of and personality behind Liucid.xyz, is a designer at globally renowned marketing and PR firm Ogilvy. But to sum her up simply by her resume would be a disservice, as you’ll learn within minutes of browsing Liucid.xyz.

Annie has crafted a style all her own, a cartoonish yet minimalist aesthetic which is simultaneously abstract and inviting. In her career she has designed advertising material for companies like Purina and Tresemme, but her featured work also includes pieces she made for UCSD Guardian and A Women’s Thing magazine; work which received high praise and even earned her a Red Dot Award in Communication Design.

Visual artwork isn’t Annie’s only forte, though. She also features her original self-help style writing pieces, like Now What? On Navigating Rejection and Falling Short_Bridges and Fires. Looking for more motivation from Annie? Then check out her podcast curation project, in which she chose podcasts fitting 5 different themes for each of the 5 work days of the week, along with a guide to the themes of each day and unique illustrations to go with them.

While social media is ubiquitous in our lives today, it can never paint a full picture of what an illustrator, designer, storyteller, or innovator is all about. Liucid.xyz is how Annie Liu showcases not only her work, but her creativity, her style, and her wide range of talents. Ready to let the world see everything you’re capable of? Take after Liucid.xyz and create your own personal .xyz site.

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