Brad Touesnard is an entrepreneur, podcaster, developer, and designer living in Nova Scotia, Canada.

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Redesigned

TL;DR — The Newsweek redesign finally pushed me over the edge to redesign my site after four years. I’d been itching to redesign my site for the bett...

Podcamp Halifax 2012: WordPress Workshop

I’m running the following session at the Podcamp Halifax unconference today: WordPress Workshop After a 5 min intro including what’s new in the lates...

What’s involved in building a web site?

In my previous article on the cost of building a web site, I mention that with a larger budget you can afford to hire a professional or a team of professiona...

Building a web site: Think content first

When people start thinking about building a web site, they often get caught up in how it will look. The colours, the layout, photography, etc. That stuff can...

PodCampHalifax 2011 Review

I thoroughly enjoyed the third annual PodCampHalifax unconference this past Sunday. Kudos to event organizers Craig More, Bessy Nikolaou, and Ryan Deschamps ...

What does it cost to build a web site?

I’m often asked by friends and family, “What does it cost to build a web site?” And although I’m sure none of them will read this, a...

Photoshop Tip: Hiding all other layers

It's sometimes funny what new things you discover even after years of using the same tool. Photoshop happens to be one of those tools. The following tip is...

Redesigned and reorganized

If you’ve been following me on Twitter, you may have noticed the changes I’ve been making to this site over the past few months.  A redesigned h...

Font linking, type foundries, and DRM

Chris Shiflett recently wrote a great article summing up the current state of font linking.  Font linking is simply using the @font-face statement in CSS to...

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