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Rich Lam | 24 Sep 2012 | 0 comments

Jeffrey Zeldman, Jason Santa Maria, and Whitney Hess discuss the impact of design on the Web, and the transition from a desktop based medium to a mobile medium in recent years.

Reshma Kumar | 21 Jun 2011 | 1 comment

Firefox 5 web browser is now available. This latest version of the Mozilla browser offers some interesting features which are useful for designers and developers alike and ultimately beneficial to end-users.

Firefox 5 (FF5) provides support for new CSS3 styling features like CSS animations, allowing more capability for leveraging style sheet elements. FF5 also now has an upgraded graphics engine which renders text and graphics faster and sharper and automatically color-corrects images to display exactly as the image data intended. There is also support for open font formats like WOFF, TrueType, and OpenType which means that any font type - regardless of if it is installed on users' computers - will render true to type. This eliminates any limitations around using web-ready only fonts for Firefox users. Additionally, FF5 is providing HTML5 support for video which enables the use of the high-quality...

Rich Lam | 24 May 2011 | 3 comments

About a week ago, we added new interactivity to the third banner on the GeoTrust homepage. Upon clicking on the projector graphic, visitors are presented with a modal overlay featuring an embedded video on how more Alexa top 1 million domains are using GeoTrust. It's an infotaining and engaging video. Enjoy!

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GeoTrust SSL Modal Video Overlay

Reshma Kumar | 22 Oct 2010 | 0 comments

In an effort to enhance your video viewing experience on our websites, we recently deployed a content delivery network (CDN) technology. The CDN is live on several sites including VeriSign.com and we are aiming to roll it out to the remaining sites. The results, thus far, have indicated a significant drop in video download time by half on average. This is a great benefit to the customer experience on our websites. Happy viewing!

Reshma Kumar | 02 Jun 2010 | 5 comments

We've been incorporating increasingly more interactive media onto our site for your viewing pleasure. It is not only more engaging and interesting, but it can also be more personable and provides another means for consuming content versus relying solely on textual content.

Here is an example of a recent video we added to help users understand 'SSL in Plain English':

Reshma Kumar | 05 Oct 2009 | 1 comment

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As part of our effort to provide rich and varied content, we've been incorporating more video on our site. The goal is to ensure you are able to view video without having to leave the Web page you are on - whether it is launching a new browser window or launching an external media player. But the positioning/placement of the video directly impacts the scale of the video. For example, if we are placing a video in the main content well of a page, embedding the video achieves our end goal; but if we need to place a video in less forgiving real estate like the right channel of a page, it renders the video unviewable and utlimately, ineffective as the video...