I’m Anthony Colangelo.

I build, write, and take photos.

I design and build websites and applications.

I’m a developer at Happy Cog and an open source-lover on Github.

Happy Cog

I love semantic markup, well-structured JavaScript, normalized databases, and writing Objective-C function names that are longer than a tweet.

I use pretty much everything I can get my hands on: HTML, CSS, JavaScript, PHP, Ruby, Objective-C, and plenty more.

I've worked on things like jPanelMenu, the O Music Awards, the Happy Cog Way and a bunch of other Happy Cog ventures.

I write.

You can find me writing here, on A List Apart, and on Cognition.

Network Performance Testing

A List Apart

The internet is still growing to new markets with low bandwidth and less-than-ideal reliability. Have you tested what you build under those circumstances?

Save Your Eyes With f.lux

A List Apart

I thought eye strain didn't affect me, but then I started getting sharp headaches at the end of ever day. Ever since then, f.lux has been my hero.

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I speak.

I’ll be speaking at meetups, conferences, and online summits.

JavaScript Design Patterns

Jersey Shore Tech

Asbury Park, NJ

There are some simple JavaScript design patterns that developers of any level can start using to improve their code. These aren’t process-altering changes—just minor tweaks that make code more reusable, extensible, and understandable.

The Buffet Approach

Peers Conference

Washington, DC

Choosing the right tool for the job sometimes means bringing along a whole toolbox. I’ll show how a complex back-end system was built with Craft, Laravel, Redis, and more, all working in harmony.

Matrix and Twig: Perfect Together

Craft CMS Summit


Craft’s Matrix is a game changer in the age-old battle between art-directed content and WYSIWYG editors. Matrix blocks, together with Twig’s template inheritance and multiple includes, provides us incredible power and flexibility within our templates.