Hi there! And welcome.
I’m Sara Soueidan, an independent front-end developer from Lebanon.
I work with design & UX teams in companies and agencies around the globe, building a strong front-end foundation for fast, accessible and inclusive Web interfaces and experiences, with a strong focus on responsive design, accessibility and performance.
I co-authored a book on Responsive Web Design.
Smashing Book 5: Real-Life Responsive Web Design is a book that covers time-saving, practical techniques for crafting fast, maintainable and scalable responsive websites. I wrote an 80-pages long chapter about using SVG images in a Responsive Web Design workflow, including everything you need to know to get you up and running using SVG.
I also wrote 300+ entry-level articles in the Codrops CSS Reference—an extensive list of CSS articles—alphabetisized, categorized, structured and detailed. This is an extensive reference to the most important CSS properties and concepts, available for free, for all skills levels—beginner to advanced.
“When you work with Sara, you get her vast knowledge of coding best practices, accessibility expertise, and cutting edge approaches. But you also get someone who cares about the overall health and quality of the work from every angle: user experience, visual design, usability, and much more. Sara’s the real deal.”
“There is something magical when you work with somebody knowledgeable, passionate, smart and extremely reliable. When working with Sara, that’s exactly the feeling you get — Sara is very professional with a keen eye for detail, knowing how to work around pitfalls and working hard to get to the best possible solution every single time.”
“[Sara] is an incredibly knowledgeable and diligent developer. She captured the spirit of our company brilliantly. Anyone would be fortunate to work with her.”
“Sara doesn’t come without a price tag. But it's worth it.Up to date I have not worked with a freelancer so open-minded, innovative and not afraid to challenge client’s work as Sara. And best of all, it’s not just “talk”… but also “walk”.”