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The best way to reduce perceived load time is simply to serve some content as soon as possible, and then fetch more and more. Because the issue isn't load times, it is wait times. People want to get on with their task; they want to start reading. So give them the first page of their book, while GRRM is working on the ending. Load in chunks. This can ...


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It's very hard to visualize what you're describing, but I can take a few stabs. Can you set up the items to Lazy Load? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lazy_loading Then things won't be called until the user scrolls down to them, which might speed up your page. Can you minimize the amount of scripts or fonts being pulled in? ...


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This question is quite confusing as every organisation has different requirements. Companies are combining UX and UI into a one person job. I believe UX is in the same area as a Business Analyst or Graphic Designer role as these positions take care of usability, accessiablity and the look and feel of the application. UI, on the other hand, is more of a ...



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