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Jeremy Wagner

Jeremy Wagner

Jeremy Wagner is an independent web performance consultant, author, and speaker from Minnesota doing his level best to make the web faster for everyone, everywhere.

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Responsible JavaScript: Part II

Web development is hard. We don’t always get it right on the first try. Fortunately, we don’t have to get everything perfect from the start. Jeremy Wagner provides some helpful ways to start recovering from our collective JavaScript hangover.

Responsible JavaScript: Part I

The web is drowning in a sea of JavaScript, awash with unnecessary bloat, inaccessible cruft, and unsustainable patterns. Jeremy Wagner plots a course to navigate the JavaScript Sea responsibly by building the right things the right way and using the web platform the way it was meant to be used.

Designing for Research

Image quality may be about striking the balance between speed and quality, but there's more to it than meets the eye. What if, despite having methods to develop better and better image experiences for the web, the user disagrees? In a quest to find answers, Jeremy Wagner takes us through an image quality study that he designs, develops, and iterates on with user feedback. Asking "Why?" is no easy undertaking in research. His lossy is your gain.

How People Perceive Lossy Image Quality: A Study

If beauty is in the eye of the beholder, the same can definitely be said for the ugliness of those "jaggies" we often see in compressed images. Our own Jeremy Wagner is on a mission to quantify image quality as it relates to performance. Can you help him out?

Using HTTP/2 Responsibly: Adapting for Users

Depending on your audience’s capabilities, a site optimized for HTTP/2 may be detrimental for a segment of your users. Jeremy Wagner shows us how adaptive content delivery can improve site performance caused by incompatible browsers.

Considering How We Use HTTP/2

HTTP/2 is a rough experience on incompatible browsers. Jeremy Wagner explains the true extent of real-world performance problems, and how to adapt delivery of site assets to a user’s connection.