"Designing and testing wireframes and prototypes in studios and labs only tells you how a site performs in an ideal setting—using a fast system, the latest browser, a speedy connection, and a preloaded browser cache—all while sitting just a few feet away from the host server. But most visitors aren't in an ideal setting. A typical visitor's at-home computer setup could be five times slower (or even more!) than your lab setting."
Linked Data. Linked Data empowers people that publish and use information on the Web. It is a way to create a network of standards-based, machine-readable data across Web sites. It allows an application to start at one piece of Linked Data, and follow embedded links to other pieces of Linked ...
'Walk through your site to determine if the SSL payload is worth its weight during high traffic scenarios. Perhaps securing a tax software homepage will produce the desired buyers-effect of being perceived as a ‘protected’ site, but can the same can be said for seasoned tortilla chips. '
We first discussed Super Bowl lessons learned around bloated web pages that brought down sites like Kia.com. On the other side, GoDaddy did a great job in reducing the page load just for the time of the Super Bowl to ensure that their site wouldn't go down. But there is more to learn from than ...
'Feature and group flags make a better release practice. If you can select which groups see a feature and if you can turn off features in production and test, then you don’t have to be so afraid of releasing new builds.'
" Great related links at the top of an article aren't in view for visitors who read the whole page, and great links at the bottom of an article don't matter to those who never scroll down to see them."
I had a great experience at Brown's Mazda with salesman Brian Bearce. On my first test drive, Brian gave a detailed test drive of the car (a CX-5) showing off its many cool features. He then worked with me over the next week to get the exact model and color I wanted. There was absolutely no baloney in the sales process. Brian didn't play games, and the who experience was hassle-free. I would recommend talking to Brian if you are in the market for a Mazda.