In the world of design, liaison is a design firm headquartered in London, UK. This firm is best known for their work with high-end clients such as the Vogue and Mercedes-Benz brands, and their work with companies like the NBA and the UFC.
Liaison is also known for their work with companies like the CIA and the FBI, and they also recently worked with the FBI as an agency to help a company acquire the rights to a game they were working on. This work is now moving to the creative department of the company.
Liaison’s work has been featured in publications like Wired, The New York Times Magazine, The Guardian, and CNN, and their work has been awarded over 100 design and marketing awards. This includes the Best of Design awards in 2005, 2007, and 2008, and the Best of Design awards in 2008 for work with the CIA—which is a very prestigious award.
Liaisons work is an offshoot of the FBI’s work, which is an agency that focuses on helping companies acquire rights to games they’ve been working on. Liaisons work is a very important part of the way some companies acquire games and the way some games are developed.
In the past couple of years, the FBI has been working hard to help games companies (including Ubisoft, the makers of the Assassin’s Creed series) develop their games and get them on the consoles that gamers are using. The FBI has been developing partnerships with game companies to help them develop games and get them on consoles they are using. As you can read on here, the FBI worked with Ubisoft on a partnership that allows it to develop The Division 2 for the Xbox 360.
I’m not going to get into the details of how the FBI is working with game developers and hardware makers. You can read all about it in the article linked above. However, I will say that it is a lot easier to get a game on a console than on a mobile device. The FBI also gets to put more games onto consoles than mobile devices.
Ubisoft was so secretive with the Xbox One deal that the game’s publisher, id, refused to comment on the matter. However, this deal is just the first step toward a larger plan for the FBI to make games for consoles. In fact, the FBI has already made it clear that it wants to make a lot more games for consoles in general.