adam brady

About Me

Hello, I'm Adam Brady, a Front-End Web Developer based in Toronto. I love making cool stuff online using HTML5, CSS & Sass, and JavaScript as well as exploring new techniques, languages and ways of doing things!

My favorite thing about working with code is that, no matter what the problem might be that you're trying to solve, there is definitely a solution to be found.

Drop me a line and let's work together to make the Internet a more amazing place!


CanLit Premise Generator

JavaScript-generated pitches for the next great Canadian novel

Custom WordPress Theme

Theme designed for a creative studio

PSD To HTML Conversion

Responsive website for a fictional podcast

Dude, Wheres's My Band

Use Bandsintown & Google Maps API's to find your favourite!

Client API Project

Group project using World Bank API

From My Blog

Latest Post

A Writing Contest!

Have you ever fancied yourself a writer? Well, if you have, premiere Canadian literature magazine Geist has set up a writing contest using premises from the CanLit Generator. Check it … Continue reading

10 May

Snow Crash

So, I recently finished seminal cyberpunk/sci-fi satire Snow Crash by Neal Stephenson. I read through it and was struck by the foresight displayed in the book—digital avatars, virtual reality, even those … Continue reading

31 March

How I Work

I’ve always had a passion for finding new ways of doing things. For the past several years I’ve worked handling client communications, organizing projects, managing small teams, and generally taking part in all aspects of digital content creation and management.

I’m experienced using external libraries and helpers like Bourbon, Underscore.js, command line tools like Gulp, and I’m always checking out new ways to do things, new languages to learn, and new techniques for building awesome things.

What I love most about code is the feeling of fixing a problem—any problem. I’m a firm believer that there’s always a better way to do things, and that there’s always something new to learn.

This week, I'm excited to be working on JavaScript and Node.js. Soon, I'd like to begin working on Liquid on the Shopify platform.

What I Use