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I've been experimenting with this issue myself lately and found no image to be the best video replacement. Since we already have very few screen estate, background-images can get to distracting. I then put the images between parts of the webpage (it was an one pager) with some kind of parallex effect to still have some images on site. When talking about ...


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If the content of the video isn't critical to your users and mainly used for "ambience", I would replace it with an image. Giving them the option play a video just seems like it'll add an unnecessary choice of things to do for users. An animated image is really just the same data usage as the video or otherwise less data but poorer quality since they ...


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I'm going to channel my inner Jakob Nielsen and say do not abuse your users' trust. Do not force them to download images (in this case video) that they didn't ask for. The average user is still on a 28.8 modem or at best 56.6 (um make that 3G or at best 4G LTE) and this will only interfere with your users access to your content. If the user wants it he can ...


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First of all, items that are being downloaded now should not be clickable/available for launch/viewing. This temporal unavailability should be signified by item's content (title, caption, image etc) and background greyed-out and the cursor that doesn't change when hovering this item. Second, there should be a progress bar displayed. This is how Adobe is ...



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