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Making It Better: The Web Services Blog

Step One: Listen to Users

When I meet with clients to discuss building a new Web application, the first question I ask is always the same: “What’s the process?”

Optimizing After Effects for Large Projects

Working with Adobe After Effects makes it easy to work with complex video projects. With large projects, however, it can sometimes be difficult to organize your assets and the application itself in a way that will be most productive.

The 2011 Accessibility Summit

As a follow-up to last week’s look at Storify, Web Services recaps the online conference on accessibility in web design and mobile applications using the service.

If You Like It Then You Should Have Wrote a Tweet on It

Anyone that has attempted covering an event live via a social network like Twitter knows this can be a difficult job. The tweeter has to act as both a reporter, covering the relevant information of what is occurring and what is being said at the event, and a community manager, responding to the reactions and…

If You Like It Then You Should Have Wrote a Tweet on It

Anyone that has attempted covering an event live via a social network like Twitter knows this can be a difficult job. The tweeter has to act as both a reporter, covering the relevant information of what is occurring and what is being said at the event, and a community manager, responding to the reactions and…

Streamlining LISTSERV Subscriptions

LISTSERV is still widely used to e-mail newsletters, updates and announcements to subscribers. But how did they become subscribers?

Modernizr

The waiting game is over. CSS3 is finally here. No longer a web designer’s pipe dream, this specification has finally caught on with modern, standards-compliant browsers.

Creating a Central Git Repository

Version control systems (VCS) are blessings to developers like me who work on single project with other developers. Too often someone would accidentally overwrite another’s code, possibly erasing hours of hard work.