This journal is a praise towards simplicity.
It is written by Louis-Olivier Brassard, a young web craftsman reflecting on contemporary issues through design, philosophy, typography, literature and information technology.
The technical issues shaping today’s and tomorrow’s society could only be understood through practical and theoretical knowledge—hence the necessity of a multidisciplinary approach.
A low-tech advocate, Louis-Olivier firmly believes that a better future can only be achieved through a democratic repossession of technology and knowledge by the masses; such repossession could only be accomplished through the means of simplicity—authentic revolution of a society saturated by complexity.
You can contact me by email.
I am also on several platforms, namely:
This site is set in Söhne, a typeface designed by Kris Sowersby and released in 2019 through Klim Type Foundry.
The content of Louis-Olivier Brassard’s Web Journal is placed under a CC0 1.0 Universal license (no copyright) by Louis-Olivier Brassard. This work is published from: Canada.
This site is built using Hugo, a super fast and flexible static-site generator.
The front-end is developed using TailwindCSS, an awesome CSS framework to build responsive web interfaces.
The content is archived on a self-hosted Git repo, should you want to have a peek under the hood.