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The Gnarly Gotchas Of Page Load Performance

If you want to build a high-performance progressive web app, you need to make sure people get your HTML, CSS, and JavaScript fast!
In this interactive talk, we’ll look into the weird gotchas of the web platform, and learn how to overcome them.

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The Gnarly Gotchas Of Page Load Performance

The Joy of Optimizing Images

Images are by far the greatest bottleneck to performance on the web, and with the average web page size now about 2.5MB large—images taking up 65% of that—we need to tame the beast. Running images through a compression program like ImageOptim is a good first step, but what else can we do? In this engaging talk, Una will survey new image formats and dive deep into image rendering and performance optimization techniques, demonstrating practical approaches to making your web projects noticeably faster.

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Web Fonts Are ИØ Rocket Science

Web fonts are difficult to get right. An often overlooked and disruptive piece of web performance, web fonts can slow down your site and leave your visitors confused and agitated. No one wants agitated visitors. In this talk we’ll discuss useful methods to render web fonts quickly and without disruption so that visitors can do what should be a simple task—read the text. After all, web fonts are not rocket science.

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Web Fonts Are ИØ Rocket Science

Image Performance: Good For Your Users, Good For Your Business

We know that there’s a lot of optimizations that we can use to improve the performance of our images – but does this work really translate into wins for your company? In this talk, Allison McKnight, performance engineer at Etsy, will share real-world examples of the positive impact that image optimizations can have on metrics that your bosses and clients care about. You will walk away from this talk with compelling data and useful tools to help you get buy-in and support for this important user experience work at your company.

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Image Performance: Good For Your Users, Good For Your Business