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Anna Monus


Technical & Business Writer

About Me

Published on GoDaddy, Tutsplus, Hongkiat, IBM, LogRocket, Kinsta, Raygun, and other notable blogs and magazines. Covering web design, web development (both front-end and back-end), user experience, online marketing, search engine optimization, and other topics related to technology.

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[GoDaddy] How to use side jobs to become a freelance web professional

Starting a web development business is not an easy task by any means. Not only do you need a solid technical knowledge and to constantly keep up with the latest tools and methods, but you also need to persuade prospects that you have the necessary skills and are able to deliver the results they want. Side jobs offer a gradual entry into this profession.


[Raygun] SOLID design principles: Building stable and flexible systems

To build stable and flexible software, we need to keep software design principles in mind. Having error-free code is essential. However, well-designed software architecture is just as important. SOLID is one of the most well-known sets of software design principles. It can help you avoid common pitfalls and think about your apps’ architecture from a higher level.


[Logi Analytics] 7 Design Tips for Pixel-Perfect Operational Reports

In a data-driven world, high-precision reports have become an essential requirement for better business decisions. That’s why pixel-perfect operational reporting is an essential feature of modern analytics software. Pixel-perfect reports support complex formatting requirements by letting you control every component down to the individual pixel level. They present complex data using charts, tables, and diagrams—all delivered in precise layouts that are easy to understand.


[Hongkiat] An Introduction to Atomic Design for Web Designers

Modularity, reusability, and scalability are not only coding concepts but you can also make use of them to create better-optimized design systems. Atomic design is a new methodology for building effective UIs from the bottom up, using a chemistry analogy. Instead of designing collections of web pages, atomic design starts with the simplest UI components called atoms (buttons, menu items, etc.), and builds the whole UI up via four more stages: molecules, organisms, templates, and pages.


[Raygun] Remote pair programming: Tips, tools, and how to measure

Remote pair programming is an Extreme Programming (XP) methodology which is a part of the Agile software development model. It takes the principle of pair programming to the remote workplace. Pair programming leads to higher quality code and fewer bugs by making continuous code reviews and synchronous collaboration possible.


[TutsPlus] Keyboard Accessibility Tips Using HTML and CSS

A keyboard can be the primary means for some users to navigate websites. Nowadays, when most web interfaces are designed with mouse cursors and touch interaction in mind, keyboard navigation is neglected. Keyboard accessibility is the practice of making sure that users can navigate efficiently and unhindered using just their keyboard.


[TutsPlus] How to Use Variable Fonts on the Web

Variable fonts were developed as the joint effort of the four biggest tech companies involved in type design—Apple, Google, Microsoft, and Adobe. As the name suggests, variable fonts allow designers to derive an unlimited number of font variants from the same font file. This way it becomes possible to adjust the typeface to different devices, viewports, orientations, and other design constraints.


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