Previously, we shared why we love Trello as a project management tool but with the caveat that it isn’t the solution we use ourselves. Instead, we use Basecamp. Here’s why.
In this post, we dig into each of the six Core Web Vitals metrics and show you which elements of your website are usually to blame for poor performance.
Today, we have thousands of fonts at our fingertips – but they’re not all created equal when it comes to your site’s speed.
The combo of Cloudflare and WP Engine will probably boost your Core Web Vitals score immediately if you’re currently on a budget host. Here’s why.
You’ve scoured the earth to find a promising web development candidate – and now it’s time for the interview. Your candidate seems smart, has a decent portfolio, and says they can do it all. But how do you know if they’ll really get the job done?
Google says to throw all your JPGs, GIFs and PNGs in a dusty corner because there are new and improved “next-gen” image formats in town. In this post, we discuss SVG and WebP formats.
Because what’s “above the fold” on mobile is really meaningful for your rankings now, there will be some design trade-offs in boosting your speed scores. The good news is that, for the most part, you can apply these changes only on mobile sizes.
Google has set a benchmark PageSpeed score of 90 — meaning that it’s faster than 90 percent of all sites on the internet — to get a “green light.”
In 2020, Google announced that their Core Web Vitals measurements, which approximate how quickly a page loads on a mobile device, will become an essential feature of their ranking algorithm.