As an editor, writer, web designer, and developer, being a good communicator is a must-have skill for me. While it certainly is a boon to my job that I have strong English skills, that's often not enough.
That's why there are lots of screencasting software apps available on both Mac and Windows that allow people like me to express ideas, concepts, and problems in a visual way. After all, it's a pretty well established fact that many people understand things better through visual communication instead of words alone.
In this post, I'm going to introduce you to a screen recording software that I wish I'd been introduced to a long time ago: It's called CloudApp and I'll show you how it can be used to communicate bugs, features, and workflow steps that come up in a typical developer workday.