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Andrea Verlicchi

Making the web faster and more user-friendly

Tagged “core web vitals”

  1. Preparing for Interaction to Next Paint (INP), a new Core Web Vital starting March 2024

    As a web performance consultant, I'm always on the lookout for new developments that impact the user experience of websites. One such upcoming change is the introduction of a new metric called Interaction to Next Paint (INP) by Google. Set to become a Core Web Vital in March 2024, INP is designed to measure the time it takes for a website to respond to user interactions. In this blog post, we will delve into what INP is, why it matters, and how companies can prepare themselves to ensure their websites meet this crucial web performance metric.

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  2. Talk: How and Why ($) to optimize web performance in 2023

    In 2023 I've been speaking about web performance at conferences, Google Developer Groups (GDG) and local meetups all over Europe. The title of this talk is "How and Why ($) to improve web performance, practical tips for 2023".

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  3. aspect-ratio: A modern way to reserve space for images and async content in responsive design

    To avoid layout shifting and optimize for the Cumulative Layout Shift (CLS) Web Vital in you web pages, you need to reserve space for any content that might be rendered later in time. This is the case for images, videos and any asynchonously loaded content (e.g with AJAX calls). Here's a new way to do it.

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