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  1. Federico Álvarez San Martín
    Federico Álvarez San Martín
    Popup Ads Are Terrible, and They're Even Worse for the Blind
    motherboard.vice.com Most sites still don’t do popups correctly, because many developers don’t even realize that blind people are using their...
  2. Jared Wiese

    Jared Wiese

    Sharing to Pocket does not work on smartphones from the beBee app or in Mobile mode on browsers!

    You can run your Chrome or Firefox browser in Desktop mode, install the Pocket app, then you can SHARE to pocket for any honey or buzz... and never lose it!

    I ask myself if I might like to see this again, read it more fully, etc. Indispensable!

    With all the honey and buzz that hits our feeds, it is easy to lose track of something you want to see again!

    Jared Wiese
    Tools to Remember Web Sites (and Buzz/Honey!)
    www.bebee.com Ever run across a great web site and realize later you wish you'd saved a link to it? Or, worse, you read something in it that finally hit you and...


    Jared Wiese
    20/10/2016 #4 Jared Wiese
    #3 I use OneNote daily at work. Tried getting it at home, but don't have Office. Can get it to work for free, but then it was storing to MS' OneDrive - which was cumbersome.
    Worse, my work blocks OneDrive and EverNote.

    My workaround: Google's Inbox with full suite of reminders that I can them move to EverNote if needed. So far, I keep Inbox for reminders and mail, and EverNote more for done/noteworthy things - 24/7 from my cell.

    Also, EverNote has some features that I find are better than OneNote, like scanning and later searching anything. It was a tough choice, though!

    Appreciate the feedback!
    George Touryliov
    20/10/2016 #3 George Touryliov
    #2 Microsoft OneNote since it free and bundled with MS Office. Evernote seems interesting, but premium requires some fees.
    Jared Wiese
    20/10/2016 #2 Jared Wiese
    What tools/tricks do you use for saving and later finding web sites?
    Jared Wiese
    05/10/2016 #1 Jared Wiese
    Please share and spread the word. This is such a valuable tip for now!
  3. Federico Álvarez San Martín
    Designing for short attention spans
    Federico Álvarez San Martín
    Designing for short attention spans
    medium.com Recently-published research by comScore revealed that Smartphone apps now account for 50 percent of all digital media time. When we add...
  4. Federico Álvarez San Martín
    The Six Minds of UX Design
    Federico Álvarez San Martín
    The Six Minds of UX Design | Creative Cloud blog by Adobe
    blogs.adobe.com We talk to UX psychologist John Whalen about the notion that UX doesn't happen on the screen, it happens in the mind—deep in our subconscious. Here's why designers need to factor this into their...


  5. ProducerMichael Bellina

    Michael Bellina

    Don't Blame the Platform Blame the Process
    Don't Blame the Platform Blame the ProcessMy last article got a bunch of comments about people agreeing with me that Wordpress sucks. I thought that was awesome that they took the time to comment except for the fact I wasn't trashing Wordpress. My point was that relying on pre-made...


    Randy Keho
    20/10/2016 #5 Randy Keho
    #4 From an economical standpoint it certainly makes sense, but, I think you'll agree that it sucks. The cookie-cutter templates do allow for many more bloggers, content marketers, and network users to communicate at will than would otherwise be possible. And, with the majority of them focused on the number of "likes," "relevants," "comments." and whatnot, quality will continue to be sacrificed for quantity.
    Thanks for the response.
    Michael Bellina
    20/10/2016 #4 Michael Bellina
    #1 Thanks for the comment!
    Michael Bellina
    20/10/2016 #3 Michael Bellina
    #2 Unlike print, which I had done for years, the rendering of pages differs from browser to browser and operating system to operating system. Add in mobile and now you could have to test on around 30 different platforms. Many designers default to a lowest common denominator to speed up design and lower development costs.

    Very few companies invest in user centric design which involves people, time and money. The "pick a template" mentality that website design has become has made user experience awful. It's no wonder many feel that web design has stagnated or regressed.
    Randy Keho
    18/10/2016 #2 Randy Keho
    Having employed QuarkXpress for designing freestyle, as well as template-based pages for a daily newspaper, I've been extremely disappointed with the apparent limitations regarding the design of websites and blogs. But, what's really shocking, is that I haven't used QuarkXPress for more than 20 years. I would have expected a much better user experience by now. What am I missing?
    Michele Williams
    18/10/2016 #1 Michele Williams
    Website design, flow through and user experience is something every startup must consider carefully. Thanks for the clarification about how this process should unfold.
  6. Federico Álvarez San Martín
    Federico Álvarez San Martín
    What UX Designers Can Learn From Video Games
    uxdesign.cc Video games have to balance UX with visual design for an addictive and fun user...


    Aurorasa Sima
    12/10/2016 #2 Aurorasa Sima
    From this one? http://store.steampowered.com/app/506610/ (:
  7. Federico Álvarez San Martín
    A Practical Guide To Convert Your Sketches To Working Prototypes.
    Federico Álvarez San Martín
    A Practical Guide To Convert Your Sketches To Working Prototypes
    stories.uplabs.com Creative process, tools &...
  8. Federico Álvarez San Martín
    Federico Álvarez San Martín
    10 Helpful User Experience Tools for Every Designer |
  9. Kirk Rhoads

    Kirk Rhoads

    Kirk Rhoads


    James O'Connell
    06/10/2016 #1 James O'Connell
    Design Thinking (' ' ,)
  10. Miriam Rogado Luesma
    Great! Halloween costumes for designers and Product owners. Enjoy!!
    Miriam Rogado Luesma
    Halloween Costumes for Designers
    thedesignteam.io Puns, slang, and other dorky ideas to get you ready for...
  11. ProducerKylon Powell

    Kylon Powell

    5 Ways To Get Rid of Spiders This Halloween(Must Read)
    5 Ways To Get Rid of Spiders This Halloween(Must Read)By: Kylon PowellDate: 10/5/16 What is Arachnophobia?Arachnophobia is the fear of spiders, most people are afraid of spiders. If they see one, they’ll let out a high pitch noise that sounds like Michael Jackson’s hee hee. In fact, some people are...


    Grant Chamberlain
    13/10/2016 #51 Grant Chamberlain
    Great graphic and love the the article
    Isabel Pérez
    11/10/2016 #50 Isabel Pérez
    Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge, in such a creative and concise way.
    James McElearney
    10/10/2016 #49 James McElearney
    cool post Kylon, no need to fear the spiders anymore
    Andrew Porter
    07/10/2016 #48 Andrew Porter
    A fun buzz with a twist incorporating some useful tips well done @Kylon Powell
    Valeriana 102
    07/10/2016 #47 Valeriana 102
    Hola!! Que chevere post! Tengo unos buenos posts que te van a encantar 🤗SÍGUEME
    Richard Buse
    07/10/2016 #46 Richard Buse
    Great tips, @Kylon Powell. thanks for sharing. For those who wish to keep the spiders away for local searches, it helps not to include a street address or other indications that an entity has an actual physical presence in the area.
    Gerald Hecht
    07/10/2016 #45 Gerald Hecht
    This was all supposed to make fun of scary stuff...it worked; bravissimo
    Zack Thorn
    07/10/2016 #44 Zack Thorn
    #33 Woof-woof ! That'll fix em Gerald !!
    Zack Thorn
    07/10/2016 #43 Zack Thorn
    #37 Wow ! I did not know that. Funny the things a person picks up these days.
    Rose Spot
    07/10/2016 #42 Rose Spot
    Great and funny, I 'am a bit scare of spiders bite but when I think of Charlotte (Charlotte's web)...She is so cute...
    James O'Connell
    07/10/2016 #41 James O'Connell
    #30 Snap! ..I got a spider that lives in the mirror too haha I also have one living on my scooter somewhere, builds a crazy web across the leg area which I have to wipe away to ride but the next day(weather permitting) he have rebuilt the whole thing. Spiders are pretty cool (' ' ,)

    In terms of the internet, 'spiders' are web crawlers or auto bots(software) that essential crawl a web sites code checking things like structure, links etc to enable SE's like Google reference a site
    Lynne Black
    07/10/2016 #40 Lynne Black
    Great article about the fear of spiders. I enjoyed your creative take on archnophobia.
    mohammed khalaf
    07/10/2016 #39 mohammed khalaf
    Do not fear of spiders. Anything, anytime or anywhere. Your time on this earth is short. If you succumb to fear, you will never make the most of your life.
    Mark Onwuka Jr
    06/10/2016 #38 Mark Onwuka Jr
    @@Kylon Powell Cool, creative, trippy post!
    Rick Delmonico
    06/10/2016 #37 Rick Delmonico
    In various publications over the past years, Floridi has developed a theory of semantic information as well-formed, meaningful, and truthful data. This theory is more or less orthogonal to the standard entropy-based notions of information known from physics, information theory, and computer science that all define the amount of information in a certain system as a scalar value without any direct semantic implication. In this context the question rises what the exact relation between these various conceptions of information is and whether there is a real need to enrich these mathematically more or less rigid definitions with a less formal notion of semantic information.
    Randy Keho
    06/10/2016 #36 Randy Keho
    Are you off your meds, gain?#33
    Gerald Hecht
    06/10/2016 #35 Gerald Hecht
    @Kylon Powell If I haven't helped you win your contest by now...either 1) I have no voice or 2) you don't deserve to win by a longsight
    06/10/2016 #34 RENATO DELA NINA

    Please check out my article, Leave a comment. Thanks in advance

    "Believe in your potential and never give up. While it is difficult the situation, there is only one person who can help you. That someone is you! Hold on ... if you need to change plans, go back a few steps and review their concepts .Only thus able to overcome all obstacles.
    Gerald Hecht
    06/10/2016 #33 Gerald Hecht
    TROLLS? WHO GIVES A FU*CK... THE ENTIRE MOSLIM WORLD AS DECLARED A JIHAD AGAINST ME --BECAUSE I'M SO EVIL...yea... I am a dangerous and evil human being; did you know that? I didn't...TROLLS...CLOWNS...TAILS AND TROLLS AND OBFS4...and Dylan and spiders --YET SOMEHOW I AM THE MOST EVIL THING EVER....EVER! THE SMALLEST MIND...THE LOWEST EQ EVER RECORDED--EVER!!! Ohhh I am the MOST DANGEROUS SPIDERTROLLSHIT EVER TO EXIST 🔮⬇️🚀💫💥✨🎯🎉⛴🏈🔫🗄👁🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🙏🏽🕷🕷🕷🕷🕷🕷🕷🕷🕷🕷🕷🕷🕷🕷🕷🙈🙈🙈🙈🙈🙈💥💥💥💥🎯
    Renée Cormier
    06/10/2016 #32 Renée Cormier
    Since not all spiders are creepy, here is a blog post to teach people about Googlebot and how to make sure your site gets the right kind of attention. https://varvy.com/googlebot.html
  12. ProducerMichael Bellina

    Michael Bellina

    Why Responsive Websites Suck and Wordpress is at Fault
    Why Responsive Websites Suck and Wordpress is at FaultWhen responsive websites came on to the scene a few years ago they were a web designer's dream come through. They were an easy way to convert a desktop site into a mobile format quickly. Even better, many Wordpress themes came responsive right out...


    Henrik Ståhl
    06/10/2016 #5 Henrik Ståhl
    Michael Bellina
    06/10/2016 #4 Michael Bellina
    #1 I develop mostly in Wordpress and as a CMS it is fine. I agree that many don't take the time to plan out a website. They fall in love with a look of a theme then try to fit their content into a theme that isn't quite right. I've seen many designers fall into that trap. If anything they should do the opposite which is try to find a theme that fits their plan. But, as always, budgets and timing usually rule the day. Thanks for your comments.
    Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    05/10/2016 #3 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    Agreed, responsive sites are not a replacement for a pure mobile experience. Still, they have their place. Not every site has enough volume to warrant a true mobile-first version.

    It's a compromise solution. Sometimes it's good 'nuff, sometimes not.
    James O'Connell
    05/10/2016 #2 James O'Connell
    Sorry for the long comment there but thanks because I think I've just discovered the topic of my first honey production (` ' ,)
    James O'Connell
    05/10/2016 #1 James O'Connell
    I don't think WordPress is at fault for sucking responsive sites. WordPress is a great CMS, there a number of reasons which make it better than its competitors, not least for example- Google seems to prefer content delivered from WP sites. Of there are exceptions where other systems make for a better job.
    The fault for sucky responsive sites should fall to those who don't see the relevance to investing in a professional designer/developer.
    These entities create demand for cheaply available themes with a skewed view of how their 'small' web budget actually impacts ROI down the line. They seem to miss the point that their site is the most crucial part of their marketing objectives, digital or otherwise.
    So you're very right @Michael Bellina, there is too many sucky responsive sites out there.
    Personally I like to take each web project on an individual basis by which I mean I try to refrain from buzz words like 'responsive', 'mobile first's or any other term the client has picked up. Individual on the basis of the clients web goals & end users. I will usually map out a complete design process demonstrating user experience, content delivery & often digital marketing aspects. But as you might expect, the budget will rarely allow for a thorough execution of all parts of the brief. Interestingly, more often then not, more budget gets awarded to digital marketing(non design stuff) (' ' ,)
  13. Martin Berchtold
    Martin Berchtold
    Workflow Tips For Web Designers & Frontend Developers - Web Design Ledger
    webdesignledger.com There is no single right workflow to build a website. But there are ways to improve your workflow and make your job a little easier. Whether you design or write code there’s usually some part to the process that can be streamlined. This can change...
  14. ProducerFEMI OLAJIGA


    Principles of Agile Marketing Explained
    Principles of Agile Marketing ExplainedHaving been successful in IT software development over the past couple of decades, Agile (Scrum) principles are slowly entering the marketing domain. Because agile marketing is still in its infancy, it is important to understand the underlying...
  15. ProducerJim Murray

    Jim Murray

    6 Been-There-Done-That Tips To Make Your Content More Readable
    6 Been-There-Done-That Tips To Make Your Content More ReadableOne of the hardest things for anyone to do in this era of web-based marketing and social media is to understand that everything you write is not only being read by a lot of people, but being judged by them too.For those of you who work on your...


    tony buwawa
    12/10/2016 #28 tony buwawa
    Thanks Jim.
    Jim Murray
    12/10/2016 #27 Jim Murray
    #2 I've started using Grammarly myself. It's pretty good.
    Maria Fafard
    08/10/2016 #26 Maria Fafard
    #5 is especially valuable!
    Graham Edwards
    04/10/2016 #25 Graham Edwards
    Thanks for the tips Jim @Jim Murray
    James McElearney
    03/10/2016 #24 James McElearney
    Some great tips @Jim Murray, Thanks for this post. I read an article once that said the best way to proof read something is to read it backwards. Your brain is hard wired to ignore certain mistakes and will automatically skip over it. For example using words twice like "The cat sat on the the mat". by design your brain will skip one of the ´the´s´, whereas by reading it backwards your forced to concentrate and will find more mistakes
    Phil Friedman
    03/10/2016 #23 Phil Friedman
    #22 Mark, I've always done that, just never made a big deal of it, or written any long form posts about it. And I've promoted many authors via sharing their work, and through The Worldwide Authors Conspiracy, (http://www.wwaco.org View more
    #22 Mark, I've always done that, just never made a big deal of it, or written any long form posts about it. And I've promoted many authors via sharing their work, and through The Worldwide Authors Conspiracy, (http://www.wwaco.org). Thank you for noticing. But it really is no big deal. Cheers! Close
    Mark Anthony
    03/10/2016 #22 Mark Anthony
    Spending your time helping others writing Phil. #21
    Phil Friedman
    03/10/2016 #21 Phil Friedman
    #20 The same what, Mark?
    Mark Anthony
    03/10/2016 #20 Mark Anthony
    It amazes me that you do the same @Phil Friedman.#14
    Nicole Chardenet
    03/10/2016 #19 Nicole Chardenet
    Words to live by. Proofread, proofread, proofread, and for the love of ALL the gods, people (and Darwin), correct your mistakes! Everyone lets a typo slip through now and then but a post rife with misspellings, grammatical errors, syntactical sins and gratuitous abuse of 'it's' vs 'its' makes you look like a rank noob.
    Nicole Chardenet
    03/10/2016 #18 Nicole Chardenet
    I would especially emphasize #5 and #6. Reading aloud is a great way to find a lot of structural problems with sentences and to make sure you're saying what you intend to say; and not posting an article or blog post immediately should be a given. I try to give myself at least an overnighter on this. Because whatever you're writing in the heat of the moment (especially if it's a rant or complaint, but even if it's not) may not look like such a good idea in the morning, and you may well want to rewrite what you said.
    James O'Connell
    02/10/2016 #17 James O'Connell
    #16 sorry @AlexaSteele, my explanation probably wasn't the clearest. The pronunciation guides taught in schools is a joke.
    The 'th' bit, Irish people famously don't pronounce 'th' correctly which causes great amusement for British people. It's all good fun, words like 'theatre' or '3,333 & a 1/3' provide best comic effect.
    But the point was, while there is a rule or correct way to pronounce 'th', the rule is exempt from the most commonly used 'th' word which is 'The'.
    Mind boggling (' ' ,)
    Alexa Steele
    02/10/2016 #16 Alexa Steele
    #15 I'm American and you completely lost me with the whole 'th'='fif' bit. Guess that tells you something about the value of a "pronunciation guide," it all depends on what accent you're using!
    James O'Connell
    02/10/2016 #15 James O'Connell
    #12 you gotta love the English language hahaa
    This & that is the rule and here is how to pronounce it ...except, in this, that, this & that, yes that as well and that etc
    It's like a private joke or something, I'm Irish/English based in UK & have two kids in school (9 & 11) they come home with some great comical stuff, I love the rules given out for pronouncing words, it all comes to shit when you throw in some basic words like: 'Wind' or 'Read' ..you wind the object but the wind blows WTF and then you ..read my story for me to find you actually read my story. Then there are the other words that hold the pronunciation rules but screw you're head even more (i imagine if you're trying to learn the language) 'Saw' ..I saw you do that and when i get home I'm going to saw some wood. Another mind bender, especially for us Irish is the whole 'th' thing, 'th' is pronounced with a 'fif' sound ..'fif'ank you very much, 'fif'at was a lovely 'fif'ought [hey I'm Irish so struggling ere haha] ...right so you got the whole 'th' thing down but then one of the most common word you'll use in the English language is ..can you guess?
    but this little guy doesn't apply in the whole 'fif' for 'th' pronunciation rule!
    There are many more examples and I don't pronounce to be a English teacher in any form, I just think its a bit crazy & commend those who manage to converse in it as a second language, cause do i struggle with learning other languages that are in nature better structured and in theory should be easier to learn (' ' ,)
    Phil Friedman
    02/10/2016 #14 Phil Friedman
    @Jim Murray, these are good, solid tips. It always amazes me how willing you are to spend your time helping others write better. Just for the record, I have recently discovered that you can install Grammarly (a free spelling and grammar program, at least free in its basic version) as an add-on to the Firefox web browser. It then works automatically in pretty much any composing or publishing program you may be working on via the web, for example, the beBee and LinkedIn publishers. I have always avoided the grammar checkers in Word and similar because they result in stilted, artificially constricted styles. I am not impressed with the Hemmingway software for the same reason. However, I am finding that Grammarly actually works well with, and tolerates even my own unorthodox grammatical style. And is very good at helping to write in modern "open" style, that is, without the over-punctuation that was traditional. Cheers!
    Susan Rooks
    02/10/2016 #13 Susan Rooks
    @Jim Murray, great post! Everyone who writes needs to be aware of the impact of their words, grammar, and spelling. Perfection is a nice goal, but close-to-perfect works, too. And I really agree with not composing on a cell phone! I have trouble even commenting using my phone; the keys are just so small that I end up rewriting more than once.
    Susan Rooks
    02/10/2016 #12 Susan Rooks
    #7 Thanks, @David B. Grinberg, for thinking of me.

    My top tip: DO NOT EVER BLINDLY TRUST SPELLCHECK. Never. Ever. Spellcheck is absolutely wonderful for only one thing: it knows if you have spelled a word correctly. It does NOT know/no if you/ewe have used a word correctly. We writers need/knead to/two/too be/bee very sure/shore of each word we/wee/whee write/rite/right.

    My second top tip: Do NOT use grammar check. Unless you're really great with the grammar and usage rules of your language, you may well be led astray. In English, Word often suggests using a wrong word, or a contraction (it's) when you clearly mean its. It also often says a word should be capitalized because it's the first word of a new line, not a new sentence. It's not 100% trustworthy. And from I've seen over the years, we often figure "it must know." Nope. Not always.

    If you're not sure, find someone who's good in grammar and proofreading. Find out if you often confuse the same two or three things, something a good proofreader and/or a good copyeditor can show you quickly.

    There's no shame in not knowing everything, folks. We're all smart in many things, but not in everything. If your professional reputation depends on it, get someone to help you with your writing.

    And I have just read my short comment about 20 times; there's nothing more humbling than giving this type of tips and then having someone point out an obvious goof I made. Oh. Yes. It has happened.
    Franci Eugenia Hoffman
    01/10/2016 #11 Franci Eugenia Hoffman
    IMO, using a cell phone is useless. The rest of your advice is very useful and should be reminders for me. I get antsy and become my own worst enemy. I forget that I am retired and don't have deadlines.
    Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    01/10/2016 #10 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    #5 LMAO, only the old Jarry Park days. My friends and I would take the bus, and walk back if they lost (which was most of the time)

    The walk was about 2-3 hours
    Mark Anthony
    01/10/2016 #9 Mark Anthony
    @Jim Murray, I've done it again. I put something together on the site, I didn't read it, I didn't walk away and have a coffee and I just hit publish. The only thing I got right was, I didn't do it on my phone, sheesh. It's 21.50 here, I been working all day, my other half told me to get to bed early tonight and I just wanted to get something out there. I was reading the future of social media you guys wrote made some comments , felt somewhat inspired and I just did it. I do want to be better and appreciate your advice. I will, in future endeavour to be more careful.
  16. Federico Álvarez San Martín
    Why are Apple's products so confusing? They ignore design principles vía Don Norman.
    Federico Álvarez San Martín
    Why are Apple's products so confusing? They ignore design principles
    www.linkedin.com I'm a long-term fan of Apple, having used their products since the days of the Apple II computer. I loved the products so much that in 1993 I left my University job and moved to Apple where...
  17. Flavio 🇯🇵 Souza
    Designer's joke. Flavio 🇯🇵 Souza
  18. Federico Álvarez San Martín
    Federico Álvarez San Martín


    Lisa Gallagher
    27/09/2016 #2 Lisa Gallagher
    haha! good one.
    Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    27/09/2016 #1 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    LOL, it's like when I tried to explain to my kids why floppies were called floppies.
  19. Federico Álvarez San Martín
    Federico Álvarez San Martín
    UX Reality Check: 14 Hard Truths About Users
    www.fastcodesign.com It can be hard for designers to take a step back and look at an app or website through users' eyes. Here's where to...
  20. Juan Ramón Gutierrez Camporredondo
    Juan Ramón Gutierrez Camporredondo
    The Design School's Ultimate Guide to Designing With Backgrounds [With Ready-to-Use Templates]
    designschool.canva.com Learn these background design tips to make your message...
  21. Andrea Frydrychowski
    (M)Ein neuer Emotion-Film - in Zusammenarbeit mit Jahrod UNYK® •
    Jahrod UNYK® • Cela ne coûte RIEN
    Jahrod UNYK® • Cela ne coûte RIEN Jahrod UNYK® | Mental One® & APMP® Coaching www.mental-one.fr j.unyk@mental-one.fr (Texte déposé et protégé - toute reproduction totale ou partielle de...
  22. Federico Álvarez San Martín
    Federico Álvarez San Martín
    1 Million Designers -UX The Biggest Design Discipline on the Planet
    medium.com Despite peaking fears for User Experience (UX), it’s the design discipline that’s gone large to reach global critical mass and...
  23. Tabassum M A

    Tabassum M A

    whether or not the web development platform affects performance of the website.!
    Tabassum M A
    Does the web development platform affect the performance of the website?
    www.ultimez.com It is now a trending question, that Does the web development platform affect the performance of the website? and this article will describe...
  24. ProducerMark Hewitt

    Mark Hewitt

    THIRTEEN KEY INSIGHTS FROM UX STRAT CONFERENCELast week our team attended the UX STRAT Conference in Providence, RI. The two-day event consisted of speakers, workshops and networking with some of the biggest players in user experience, customer experience and service design. In attendance were...


    Mark Hewitt
    22/09/2016 #2 Mark Hewitt
    Appreciate you pointing out the Web Designers hive, @Federico Álvarez San Martín!
    Federico Álvarez San Martín
    22/09/2016 #1 Federico Álvarez San Martín
    Thanks for sharing @Mark Hewitt!
  25. Federico Álvarez San Martín
    How loading time affects your bottom line. Federico Álvarez San Martín


    Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    21/09/2016 #4 Paul "Pablo" Croubalian
    Nice to see numbers supporting what I noticed instinctively. I see a time in the near future when I will need to fine-tune my web app with no name for the mobile web. This will help, thanks
    Juan Imaz
    21/09/2016 #3 Juan Imaz
    #2 :(
    Javier beBee
    20/09/2016 #2 Javier beBee
    Cada segundo se cae un 7%.. en alfunos casos en beBee (inicio) se puede llegar a caer un 70%.
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