What does The Simpsons have to do with web performance? Stay with us – it’s not that much of a stretch. When you’re looking to build a culture of performance, you often need to find a common language so you can talk to the business teams about what matters most
With so many different metrics available to measure dozens of different aspects of a web page, it can be a struggle to know how best to quantify that page’s overall web performance. In this post, we discuss why there are so many metrics, explore what is “the best” metric, and
At Rigor, we strive to help everyone in an organization be performance-minded. That’s why we offer reports like Performance KPIs and track User Timings so you can measure what matters to your business and have robust discussions across teams based on what matters to them. If you are familiar with
Rigor created a ton of blogs and Web Perfectionist videos in 2016. We focused on a wide range of web performance topics that helped make your sites faster and your processes better. As we kick off 2017, let’s take a moment and review our 10 most popular blogs from last
One common question we hear from Rigor users is, “What web performance metrics matter? Which ones should I pay attention to?” While there are some universal web performance metrics that almost everyone should track, the metrics that matter most to you could vary based on your industry or business goals.
Performance defects are affecting your site more than you probably know, and the traditional approaches to fixing them don’t cut it anymore. Explore some modernized quick fixes that can make a huge impact on web performance and associated ROI; check out the slides from Billy Hoffman’s and Buddy Brewer’s talk at
Websites Should Be As Fast As Possible, Right? Not So Fast! The answer to this question, especially for publishers and website owners is likely a resounding, “as fast as possible!” Who wouldn’t want his website to load instantaneously, thus serving the most content in the most efficient way? After all,