Application Performance Trends: September 6th
Hello again! In case you missed any recent articles, we gathered them all in this post. We talked about 6 ways to get your boss to put the time and money into mobile optimization. We also announced that Tie Bar had started using our optimization platform for an optimized shopping experience. Then, we were able to give you more articles on ways to improve your web performance and become a successful UX manager. Happy Reading!
Recent Application Performance Trends
6 Stats To Convince Your Manager to Invest in Mobile Optimization
You already know how important it is to invest in mobile optimization, but your boss may not see the benefits. We’ve found 6 Stats that you can use to show your manager that it’s time to invest. In the end, optimizing your mobile site will reduce bounce rates, keep customers coming to your site, and more. Click here to read the full article.
The Tie Bar Activates Yottaa’s Adaptive CDN Platform To Deliver Optimized Mobile Shopping Experiences
The Tie Bar, an innovative retail company in the men’s accessory industry, was looking to improve their mobile shopping experience. Lucky for them Yottaa’s optimization platform was the perfect fit. With a newly optimized mobile experience, the Tie Bar is looking to expand and move into new markets. Read the full article here.
4 Insightful Web Performance Infographics To Inspire Your Strategy
We’ve gathered 4 top infographics that will increase your web performance. Each infographic brings something different to the table since every website isn’t the same. Determine what will work best for your website, mobile app and business by reading the full article here.
7 Best Books To Boost Your Success as a UX Manager
If you’re looking to be a UX expert, it’s important to be up-to-date on your information. We’ve compiled a list of the best books that will make you more successful as a UX manager. Discover everything from the basics to new tactics that will help you get ahead of the ever-changing UX game. Click here to read the full article.
4 Types of eCommerce Website Shoppers & How to Improve Their User Experience
There isn’t just one type of eCommerce shopper according to a report by the Neilson Norman Group. There are 4 different types of shoppers, which means 4 different user experiences. While you can’t cater to every type of shopper it’s important to optimize your website to meet the expectations of most. See the four types of shoppers and what they expect in the full article.