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  • How CVS gets away with a slow-loading mobile site

    / Mobile Commerce

    How CVS gets away with a slow-loading mobile site

    Although the total loading time for a page on CVS’ mobile is slow, the site loads elements in such a way that it doesn’t seem slow to the consumer.

    Posted 07/03/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    Although the total loading time for a page on CVS’ mobile is slow, the site loads elements in such a way that it doesn’t seem slow to the consumer.
  • How Sports Authority shaved 4 seconds off its mobile site’s load time

    / Mobile Commerce

    How Sports Authority shaved 4 seconds off its mobile site’s load time

    Hint: It wasn’t by reducing the number of elements on the page or the page size. It was by fixing a content error.

    Posted 06/25/2014AbCallardPost a comment

    Hint: It wasn’t by reducing the number of elements on the page or the page size. It was by fixing a content error.
  • / Press Release

    Keynote Extends HP UFT Testing Capabilities to Smartphones and Tablets

    New features improve quality and speed time-to-market for mobile apps. Higher level of re-usability of testing scripts delivers better coverage of cross-platform requirements.

    Posted 06/12/2014

    New features improve quality and speed time-to-market for mobile apps. Higher level of re-usability of testing scripts delivers better coverage of cross-platform requirements.
  • The ugly truth about responsive design (and how to fix it)

    The ugly truth about responsive design (and how to fix it)

    Critics have claimed responsive design site performance is slow. In a first-of-its-kind e-retail study, Internet Retailer and Keynote examined 12 retail responsive design sites and found that site load times on smartphones are not only slow - at 18 seconds, they're very slow. But some retailers and mobile commerce vendors have devised new ways to optimize responsive sites that vastly reduce mobile page load times.

    Posted 06/02/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    Critics have claimed responsive design site performance is slow. In a first-of-its-kind e-retail study, Internet Retailer and Keynote examined 12 retail responsive design sites and found that site load times on smartphones are not only slow - at 18 seconds, they're very slow. But some retailers and…

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  • Exclusive: If Rakuten could just shed a few pounds…

    / Mobile Commerce

    Exclusive: If Rakuten could just shed a few pounds…

    Rakuten.com Shopping trimmed the load time for its m-commerce site home page by 260 milliseconds to 8.27 seconds last week, according to the Keynote Mobile Commerce Performance Index. If it could just get the page’s weight down from 490 to around 200 kilobytes, it could shoot to the top of the index, Keynote says.

    Posted 05/29/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    Rakuten.com Shopping trimmed the load time for its m-commerce site home page by 260 milliseconds to 8.27 seconds last week, according to the Keynote Mobile Commerce Performance Index. If it could just get the page’s weight down from 490 to around 200 kilobytes, it could shoot to the top of the…

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  • Consumers shift to faster wireless—and set the performance bar higher

    / Mobile Commerce

    Consumers shift to faster wireless—and set the performance bar higher

    Retailers benefit when consumers upgrade to faster wireless networks, such as 4G LTE, that greatly increase page load speeds—but high speeds also set the bar higher for mobile commerce site performance, Keynote says. The firm has made some speed adjustments to its weekly m-commerce index, exclusive to Internet Retailer.

    Posted 05/22/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    Retailers benefit when consumers upgrade to faster wireless networks, such as 4G LTE, that greatly increase page load speeds—but high speeds also set the bar higher for mobile commerce site performance, Keynote says. The firm has made some speed adjustments to its weekly m-commerce index,…

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  • Responsive design’s dirty little secret

    / Mobile Commerce

    Responsive design’s dirty little secret

    The June 2014 cover story of Internet Retailer magazine will reveal Internet Retailer-exclusive research from performance firm Keynote that shows retail responsive design sites load at a snail’s pace on smartphones. But some pioneering vendors are showing ways to vastly improve responsive page load times.

    Posted 05/20/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    The June 2014 cover story of Internet Retailer magazine will reveal Internet Retailer-exclusive research from performance firm Keynote that shows retail responsive design sites load at a snail’s pace on smartphones. But some pioneering vendors are showing ways to vastly improve responsive page…

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  • Here’s a site design pitch: Bubbles for nomads

    / Mobile Commerce

    Here’s a site design pitch: Bubbles for nomads

    Don’t laugh: It yielded a 300% increase in the mobile conversion rate at AeroLife.com, which chose to launch a responsive design site in November 2013 to better serve the 28% of visitors on smartphones and tablets. The slick, attractive site encases page elements in bubbles that float up and down the page, a design as unique as the product it sells: air-based nutrition.

    Posted 03/31/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    Don’t laugh: It yielded a 300% increase in the mobile conversion rate at AeroLife.com, which chose to launch a responsive design site in November 2013 to better serve the 28% of visitors on smartphones and tablets. The slick, attractive site encases page elements in bubbles that float up and down…
  • Challenging web design

    Challenging web design

    The much-discussed design technique that renders sites for all devices  is proving its worth to some retailers. But is it the answer for all?

    Posted 02/03/2014Bill SiwickiPost a comment

    The much-discussed design technique that renders sites for all devices? is proving its worth to some retailers. But is it the answer for all?

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  • / Press Release

    SmartBear Announces Support for Automated Mobile Testing

    SmartBear’s Flagship Product, TestComplete Delivers Automated Testing of Applications Built for Use on Mobile Devices, including Apps Running on Android and iOS Platforms

    Posted 01/28/2014

    SmartBear’s Flagship Product, TestComplete Delivers Automated Testing of Applications Built for Use on Mobile Devices, including Apps Running on Android and iOS Platforms

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