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Lean Websites by Barbara Bermes

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Chapter 2User Experience and Performance

Warm Up

In this chapter, you'll learn about the relationship between user experience and performance. A website's user experience depends on several different factors: design, accessibility, information architecture, usability, perception, and performance.

For the purposes of this book, we'll focus on information architecture, design, and performance, which should all go hand in hand. Performance should be incorporated at the early design stage, and not added as an afterthought. It starts with content organization and architecture. The goal of performant information architecture is to serve the content that your users are looking for, in the most convenient, easiest and fastest possible way. Improving ...

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