Accentuate the use of user-centric performance metrics (Core Web Vitals)
Traditional speed metrics, such as load time or DOMContentLoaded, put a lot of emphasis on technical details that are simple to assess but may not be very relevant to users’ needs. Therefore, if WordPress is only optimized for quick launching, the website may still have a bad user experience. We carry out comprehensive speed optimization with an emphasis on enhancing user-centric metrics, also known as Core Web Vitals:
- Primary Input Delay
Users’ experiences when attempting to first engage with the page are measured for responsiveness.
- Total Layout Change
The quantity of unexpected layout shift of the visible page content is measured along with the visual stability.
- Most Contented Paint
Determines the speed at which a page appears to load and indicates the moment in the timeline at which the page’s primary content has probably loaded.
We also make sure that other user-centric metrics, such as First Contentful Paint (FCP), Time to First Byte (TTFB), etc, are optimized for the quickest times possible, resulting in a stronger UX and better rankings for your website.