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Posts By Leslie Labrecque
Using open source software is not as scary as you think. You may have heard rumors that it is insecure or hard to maintain. When managed correctly, the rumors are far from the truth.
Creative problem solving (CPS) is a method for creatively approaching a challenge to develop ideas and potential solutions to problems.
It only takes a misplaced apostrophe or incorrect word usage for a writer to lose credibility with an audience.
Redesigning your website can be a daunting project — where do you begin? Fortunately I managed several website redesign projects and I’m here with information you’ll need to have available before you start.
In today’s busy world, website users’ time is limited. For us to help them work with us quickly and efficiently, we need to ensure that our website forms are accessible and responsive. Here are some tips for making accessible and responsive forms: Logical and easy to use. Make sure your forms are set up inRead… Read more »
You can achieve better results in technology implementations by seeking the assistance of others and not trying to go it alone.
Creating an organization’s logo can be a drawn-out, painful process. But it doesn’t have to be. Here are examples of two very different experiences.
Ever wondered what the code is doing? Or maybe you want to preview how a web page heading might look in a different color? Chrome Developer Tools let you turn attributes on and off and preview the web page before you actually make changes.
Local governments’ use of instant messaging is often a one-way communication used to send alerts. While some issues can wait until regular office hours, some need to be addressed promptly or even immediately.