Webinar - Web Page Speed Basics
Desktops are dinosaurs. Most users now access the web on low-power mobile devices with sluggish, unreliable connections, and slow-loading pages just make things worse. Slow pages are frustrating for users, who can't access the content, and bad for online publishers, who lose readers.
Everyone benefits when we produce pages that load faster. Fortunately, there are plenty of easy ways to improve page speed that are easily accessible to "ordinary" web content authors like you and me. Regardless of the page type or intent, faster pages are better pages!
You will learn:
- How to measure and evaluate your page load speed
- How to know which parts of your page can be improved
- How to compress text content and optimise graphics
- How to avoid unnecessary server requests.
Date and time
The webinar will be held on Wednesday 7 November 2018 from Noon - 1:15 pm NZDT, (10:00am - 11:15 am AEDT) - note extended running time.
Note: If you are unable to join us on the day, don't worry. A recording of the webinar and related information will be available to download from our website within a couple of days.
The costs for this webinar are:
- TechCommNZ members (and affiliates: ASTC, NZATD, PRINZ) - $20 plus GST
- TechCommNZ student members - free
- Non-members - $40 +GST
Please register through the website so that we can send you details about accessing the webinar session.
About the presenter
Dave Gash is a Southern California technical publications specialist providing technology consulting and training for hypertext developers. A veteran software professional with over thirty years of development, documentation, and training experience, he holds degrees in Business and Computer Science, and is well known in the tech pubs community as an enthusiastic and engaging technical instructor. Dave has been a Technical Writer for Google since 2012, and is a frequent speaker at User Assistance conferences in the US and around the world.