The WebAssist Communication Toolkit for Skype makes it possible to
integrate Web 2.0 communication in seconds

Encinitas, CA. – June 4, 2007 – Today, WebAssist announced the availability
of a free Skype extension for Adobe Dreamweaver and a free Skype add-in for
Microsoft Expression Web. This integration of Web 2.0 communication makes
it easy for web designers, developers and small businesses to integrate
Skype Me! buttons into their existing web pages so that when the web site
is published, people searching the site have the option of clicking the
button to call the company directly using Skype.

The WebAssist Communication Toolkit for Skype extends the Adobe and
Microsoft web designer and developer solution tool chests by combining the
world’s fastest growing Internet communication software with the most
popular tools for creating web pages.

“Skype is changing the way people communicate with each other all over the
world,” said Scott Miller, Director of Business Development at Skype. “The
WebAssist Communication Toolkit for Skype provides a great way for
businesses, large and small, to quickly and easily integrate Skype’s
affordable communications into their web experiences. By leveraging the
industry standards for web design, we know WebAssist’s tool will have a
great impact in furthering the adoption and integration of Skype software.”

Once downloaded from WebAssist’s web site, the Communication Toolkit for
Skype integrates seamlessly with Dreamweaver or Expression Web, allowing
users to add Skype Me! buttons to pages in seconds. A wizard guides them
through the process for associating the button to their Skype account and
provides options for the style of Skype button that will appear on their
web page.

After the Skype button is inserted into the page, visitors to the site can
take advantage of the rich functionality of Skype that is already enjoyed
by more than 196 million registered users. This enriched communications
experience will allow users to send instant messages, make voice and video
calls as well as transfer files with other users anywhere in the world in a
simple and more productive way. If visitors to the site do not have Skype
already installed, they will be prompted to go the Skype home page and
guided through the download process .

“Our customers have been asking for Skype, and we’re thrilled to be able to
give them the option to easily pop Skype onto their web pages,” said Joseph
Lowery, Vice President of Marketing at WebAssist. “Leveraging the massive
Skype community provides our users more flexibility and added ways to
communicate without tacking on additional cost to their existing
investments in web tools.”

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WebAssist’s free Communication Toolkit for Skype is now available at The extension is compatible with Macintosh and
Windows platform Dreamweaver CS3, Dreamweaver 8, and Dreamweaver MX 2004.
The add-in is compatible with Microsoft Expression Web.

About Corporation

WebAssist makes the Web work with market-leading extensions (software
add-ons) for the Adobe and Microsoft platforms in eCommerce and web
authoring productivity. Through custom integration services, WebAssist
empowers businesses to extend their product’s reach into the world-wide
developer market. hosts a self-service developer community
with over 200,000 members registered. WebAssist’s partners include Adobe,
PayPal, AOL, Yahoo!, Google, and Affinity.