Can't talk about mobile page speed without considering Accelerated Mobile Pages (AMP). AMP was designed to allow the often slow, clunky, and frustrating mobile web to load instantly anywhere. Be quick. It makes your users and search engines happy. Page speed resources: Mobile friendly test - https://search.google.com/search-console/mobile-friendly Website Test - https://developers.google.com/speed/ AMP pagesww Mobile user experience Mobile-friendly design and page speed are the fundamental components of a mobile-optimized website. However, these
two elements on their own do not always make for a perfectly optimized website. I first wrote about responsive design in 2012, and yet, despite the semi-mature approach, many sites implementing responsive are still not really optimized for users' wants fax number list and needs. mobiles. The raw technical implementation of a responsive layout is not enough to solve this problem. Instead, the designer should put themselves in the user's shoes and consider what people will do and want to accomplish on a mobile phone. Fortunately, the good folks at
Google and AnswerLab conducted a study to determine how users interact with a wide range of mobile sites. The purpose of this report is to establish a set of best practices for designing mobile sites. I haven't seen much noise regarding this report yet, which is unfortunate, as it provides the best insight I've yet seen on how to go beyond basic mobile-friendliness optimizations and the page speed detailed above.