Adding (or burning) captions into raw videos will not satisfy WCAG 2.0 criteria because the text then becomes part of the image which will not be narrated by screen readers or displayed on braille device. Real Closed Caption (CC) /… Continue Reading →
Camtasia is one of the best and most complete set of tools out there for capturing a recording of your screen (called screencasting) but comes at a cost of $313.99 per person (as of this writing). While you might be able… Continue Reading →
You can capture a screenshot of almost anything that appears on your computer by using any of the following methods in Windows: There is a great free tool called Greenshot that works with the Print Screen button. It allows you to capture any part of… Continue Reading →
Does your webpage take a very long time to show up the first time you open it in your browser? Does it even take more time on slower Internet connections? The problem might be the size of your image files…. Continue Reading →
Can’t seem to print from Photoshop Elements? You’re not alone. People have reported similar problems from Photoshop Elements 7, 8, 9 and 10 from Windows Vista and Windows 7. It either prints a blank page, causes the printer to go… Continue Reading →
What follows is just my opinion and is based on personal observation. Every small and medium size business website should include a photo of the business owner and primary contacts. Including a professional photo of yourself on your business website… Continue Reading →
Have you ever cropped a photo in order to get the perfect composition and then have it not fit quite right when you go to print it? This article will discuss techniques you can use to ensure your crops produce the intended results each time.