Performance: how much they affect your web project
It is often thought that realizing a web project simply means creating a catchy platform, which captures user’s attention on certain aspects (products, services, articles or, more in general, published content).
This can be surely true, but it only scratches the surface of the necessary works that have to be done for a successful web project.
Google already declared that, starting from June 2021, the implementation processes which will make the Core Web Vitals as yardsticks for websites’ indexing, already started (read the article here).
It basically means that a more performant website, which can offer a better navigation experience, will be advantaged and easier to find online.
In order to obtain these results, optimization processes that make a website lighter and faster are essential:
- compression, optimization and publishing of media files in recent formats (e.g. WEBP, WEBM);
- minify JavaScrips and CSS;
- use of effective caching criteria;
- use of text compression method (e.g. gzip, brotli)
- and much more…
For a professional and functional web project, many precautions are also necessaries, such as an accurate hosting service choice, the use of a CDN and more.
Nowadays, working together with the customer for a successful web project, also means analyze his/her requests, knowing how to offer targeted solutions, effective for both design and performance.