Benchmark Your Web and Mobile User Experience

Yottaa's CEXi is a compound index that quantifies the desktop and mobile user experience of a web application far more accurately than any single metric. The CEXi combines objective, measurable aspects of performance, such as page load speed from both mobile and desktop simulations, with specific weighting calculations to provide online businesses with an overall performance score that simulates the actual feeling, positive or negative, of using their web applications for a modern, cross-device user.

The Customer Experience Index focuses on three aspects of web performance: speed, parity of experience (across devices), and how well a site is optimized in relation to its complexity.

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Month: August 2013

  Third party tags are bad for web performance. Tags — the on-page manifestations of web services beloved by online marketers — introduce extra work for the visitor’s browser. Whether it’s for social media integration or even a simple pixel tracker, tags introduce at least one request to a page’s download process. And while a single request […]

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  Every holiday season, there are reports of major eCommerce sites slowing down — or going down — when the masses come online to take advantage of sales.  These sites suffer from bad PR and lost revenue when frustrated shoppers can’t access their sites or complete a checkout. On the list of “eCommerce Nightmares,” a […]

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eCommerce companies are acutely aware of how much page load times can affect their bottom line.  They know that milliseconds matter on the web.  Unfortunately, many eCommerce companies have been misled on the subject of how to improve web performance.

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For this benchmark, we collected nearly a month of data on 10 major automotive websites.  The benchmark collects samples from four locations worldwide and averages them to provide the daily figures.

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  In an earlier blog post, we analyzed the performance of sites on 8 major CMS platforms.  In the process, we ran tests on nearly 15,000 sites — and with that data on hand, we’d be remiss not to dig a little deeper. Mostly, we sought to gain some additional insight into why WordPress scored worst […]

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