A Comprehensive Guide to WebP

This is a guest post courtesy of Jonathan Klein. The post originally appeared on Jonathan’s Blog on Feb 20th, 2013.  WebP (pronounced “weppy“) is an ambitious and promising new image format that was created by a team at Google back in September of 2010, but browser adoption has been slow.  At the…

Read more

Performance as Craft!

  Last week my good friend Jonathan Klein at Etsy published a blog about the latest performance achievements at Etsy. I have always been a big fan of Etsy’s IT team, they are very transparent about their performance achievements and their development process. Jonathan drove the same kind of transparency…

Read more

Pixels Gone Wild!!!!

In 2011, I posted an article, “Webpages turning into Airports without a Traffic Controller!” which talked about the complexity of current pages relying more and more on so many third parties from fonts, to ads to tracking pixels and the impact on web performance. You can visualize those trend by visiting…

Read more