A Designers Guide to Fast Websites and Perceived Performance

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Faster websites do better across a whole variety of metrics. Speeding up websites improves SEO and therefore click-through rates, so faster websites rank better, and it boosts conversions, so it definitely improves user experience as well. As a web designer you’ll want to do everything that you possibly can do to make your website faster, including implementing a CDN (Content Delivery Network), prefetching resources, compressing images, leveraging browser caching, and a bunch of other backend optimisations. However, there is a way that we can make websites feel faster, even if the website already loads at lightening speed. It’s a technique…
A Designers Guide to Fast Websites and Perceived Performance