Fast load times
Guaranteed that your site loads quickly to avoid user drop off.
When you're building a modern web experience, it's important to measure, optimize, and monitor if you're to get fast and stay fast. Performance plays a significant role in the success of any online venture, as high performing sites engage and retain users better than poorly performing ones. Sites should focus on optimizing for user-centric happiness metrics. Tools like Lighthouse (baked into web.dev!) highlight these metrics and help you take the right steps toward improving your performance. To "stay fast", set and enforce performance budgets to help your team work within the constraints needed to continue loading fast and keeping users happy after your site has launched.
Why does speed matter?
Consumers increasingly rely on mobile to access digital content and services. if you look at your site analytics, you'll probably see this story playing out in your own data. Consumers are also more demanding than they've ever been, and when they weigh up the experience on your site, they aren't just comparing you with your competitors, they're rating you against the best in class services they use every day.
When it comes to user experience, speed matters
Consumer study shows that the stress response to delays in mobile speed are similar to that of watching a horror movie or solving a mathematical problem, and greater than waiting in a checkout line at a retail store. And delays caused by mobile speed aren't just frustrating, they can also have a negative impact on business results. For example, we have seen that a one-second delay in mobile load times can impact conversion rates by up to 20%.
Questions and Answers
Absolutely not! You can cancel your plan at any time and you won't be charged any closing fee, nor any other cost from that moment on.
The answer is quite important.
All websites must be built for a Mobile First World. Meaning it only truly matters what the mobile website looks like and functions.
So, the real question is why are websites still being built for a desktop and you have to accept the mobile site, this is responsive websites.
What Pc Adaptive means is that your website is built for your mobile devices and then it is sent to your desktop. This means your mobile site is exactly how you want it to be, after all, not everything on a desktop site should be on a mobile site and vice versa.
MOBILEFIRST.CA has been able to do just that.
Build your mobile site first and then you decide what is shown on your desktop. We are the only ones doing this with our unique Mobile First Technology. Years ahead of the competition.
Stop building websites the old way.
Responsive is just—it's not good enough!