Fast load times

A great website design looks modern and showcases products and services, but another important factor is load time and reducing latency. an article from provides an interesting statistic emphasizing how important this is- Amazon loses 1% of their sales for every 100 milliseconds of latency. That would be a significant loss for any business. In addition to lost sales, Load times also directly effect search engine ranking (how high up you appear in the results of a search query).
When we get the privilege of creating an online presence for a client, we take every aspect of the design seriously. We also know that as the late great Steve Jobs said, “Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.”
We combat latency and long load times using optimized image formats and sizes, coding best practices, and powerful CDN’s, or “content delivery networks.” CDN’s store your website at various strategically placed data centers and automatically optimize page load times by serving your site’s content from the source nearest to the user.