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          by Adoratorio from Italy
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          Mobile Friendliness 80/100

          Configures the viewport

          This rule triggers when detecting that your page does not specify a viewport, or specifies a viewport that does not adapt to different devices. Source: PageSpeed Insights - Learn more

          Content is sized correctly for the viewport

          If the width of your app's content doesn't match the width of the viewport, your app might not be optimized for mobile screens. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Size tap targets appropriately

          This rule triggers when detecting that certain tap targets (e.g. buttons, links, or form fields) may be too small or too close together for a user to easily tap on a touchscreen. Source: PageSpeed Insights - Learn more

          Uses legible font sizes

          This rule triggers when detecting that text in the page is too small to be legible. Source: PageSpeed Insights - Learn more

          Color Contrast is satisfactory

          Low-contrast text is difficult or impossible for many users to read. Background and foreground colors should have enough contrast ratio to guarantee readability. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Failing Elements

          ImpactSnippetTargetFailure Summary
          serious<h4 data-anim="stagger" class="line-title">Safe technology is good technology</h4>.d7Ed6eKrc1FMc-rmQa5IA_0 > h4Fix any of the following: Element has insufficient color contrast of 3.73 (foreground color: #0072ce, background color: #151515, font size: 8.0pt, font weight: bold). Expected contrast ratio of 4.5:1
          serious<span>Phone calls</span>.eghsJ773Y03BLZW6geamP_0 > spanFix any of the following: Element has insufficient color contrast of 1.07 (foreground color: #f7f7f7, background color: #ffffff, font size: 10.5pt, font weight: normal). Expected contrast ratio of 4.5:1
          serious<h4 data-anim="stagger" class="line-title">We’re taking over the world. These publications &amp; prizes noticed it.</h4>._2r3ZPdjrjDr4X3dInr5Y46_0 > h4Fix any of the following: Element has insufficient color contrast of 3.83 (foreground color: #0072ce, background color: #121212, font size: 8.0pt, font weight: bold). Expected contrast ratio of 4.5:1
          serious<span> Experience </span>._1wrSN1q-m_vM6drp0z1k_h_0._3DFxeroWigjk5t35P9-Uxi_0.DoK6g5TXZxsIew9Vap4BX_0 > ._1C_o3acj59bTROGN3QIOd7_0.zLRgBLmOTjedjHF8iWEYU_0 > spanFix any of the following: Element has insufficient color contrast of 3.97 (foreground color: #0072ce, background color: #0d0d0d, font size: 8.0pt, font weight: bold). Expected contrast ratio of 4.5:1
          serious<span> Fitness </span>._1wrSN1q-m_vM6drp0z1k_h_0._8G6c7Oewa_w_Ma4jS_lie_0.DoK6g5TXZxsIew9Vap4BX_0 > ._1C_o3acj59bTROGN3QIOd7_0.zLRgBLmOTjedjHF8iWEYU_0 > spanFix any of the following: Element has insufficient color contrast of 4.17 (foreground color: #0072ce, background color: #050505, font size: 8.0pt, font weight: bold). Expected contrast ratio of 4.5:1
          serious<p class="_32V7baO25_DJwJsIN_pYjW_0">._32V7baO25_DJwJsIN_pYjW_0:nth-child(1)Fix any of the following: Element has insufficient color contrast of 1.91 (foreground color: #3c3c40, background color: #000000, font size: 11.3pt, font weight: normal). Expected contrast ratio of 4.5:1
          serious<a href="#!" class="open-subscribe"> newsletter </a>.open-subscribeFix any of the following: Element has insufficient color contrast of 1.91 (foreground color: #3c3c40, background color: #000000, font size: 11.3pt, font weight: normal). Expected contrast ratio of 4.5:1
          serious<div> This website uses cookies. <a href="https://www.iubenda.com/privacy-policy/88693273/cookie-policy" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Learn More.</a></div>.Cookie__content > divFix any of the following: Element has insufficient color contrast of 3.83 (foreground color: #0072ce, background color: #121212, font size: 10.5pt, font weight: normal). Expected contrast ratio of 4.5:1
          ...

          Performance 64/100

          Speed Index

          • Speed Index
            7683.34
            target < 4500 ms

          Perceptual Speed Index is a page load performance metric that shows you how quickly the contents of a page are visibly populated. The lower the score, the better. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Document complete

          • Time
            45
            seconds
          • Resources
            86
            requests
          • Bytes in
            3.8
            MB

          These metrics are collected from the initial request until the browser considers the page loaded (JavaScript onLoad event). This usually happens after all of the image content has loaded but may not include content that is triggered by javascript execution.

          Fully load

          • Time
            46.5
            seconds
          • Resources
            90
            requests
          • Bytes in
            3.8
            MB

          These metrics are collected from the initial request until 2 seconds of no network activity after Document Complete (JavaScript onLoad event). This will usually include any activity that is triggered by javascript after the main page loads.

          Assets by Domain

          Requests

          • www.getwearable.net

          • player.vimeo.com

          • fresnel.vimeocdn.com

          • skyfire.vimeocdn.com

          • f.vimeocdn.com

          • connect.facebook.net

          • www.facebook.com

          • www.google-analytics.com

          • getwearable.myshopify.com

          • i.vimeocdn.com

          • vimeo.com

          • www.googletagmanager.com

          • cdn.plyr.io

          Bytes downloaded

          • www.getwearable.net

          • skyfire.vimeocdn.com

          • f.vimeocdn.com

          • connect.facebook.net

          • www.googletagmanager.com

          • player.vimeo.com

          • www.google-analytics.com

          • i.vimeocdn.com

          • cdn.plyr.io

          • getwearable.myshopify.com

          • www.facebook.com

          Assets by Mime-Type

          Requests

          • html

          • js

          • css

          • image

          • font

          • video

          • other

          Bytes downloaded

          • html

          • js

          • css

          • image

          • font

          • video

          • other

          Speed

          Load time45028 ms

          Also known as the document complete time, it’s the time from the initial request until the browser load event. It can vary based on server location, device, browser, and third-party apps. Source: WebPagetest - Learn more

          Page load is fast enough on 3G

          A fast page load over a 3G network ensures a good mobile user experience. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          First byte2577 ms

          The time from the initial request to the first byte of the response. Source: WebPagetest - Learn more

          First Contentful Paint5496.069 ms

          First contentful paint marks the time at which the first text/image is painted. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          First meaningful paint5907.8045 ms

          First meaningful paint measures when the primary content of a page is visible. It's essentially the paint after which the biggest above-the-fold layout change has happened, and web fonts have loaded. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Estimated Input Latency12?ms (target < 50 ms)

          The score above is an estimate of how long your app takes to respond to user input, in milliseconds. There is a 90% probability that a user encounters this amount of latency, or less. 10% of the time a user can expect additional latency. If your score is higher than Lighthouse's target score (< 50ms), users may perceive your app as laggy. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Uses persistent connections (keep alive)Score: 100%

          Closing connections are a missed opportunity for performance enhancement: additional round-trips between the user and the server to initiate a connection is redundant and time-consuming. Keep-Alive measures the effectiveness of connection reuse. The purpose of this grade is to evaluate the extent to which requests are inefficiently reopening connections. Source: WebPagetest - Learn more

          First CPU Idle5907.80 ms

          First CPU Idle marks the first time at which the page's main thread is quiet enough to handle input. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Time to Interactive5907.80 ms

          Interactive marks the time at which the page is fully interactive. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Page weight

          Uses compression (gzip, zopfli, deflate, brotli)Score: 100%

          This rule triggers when detecting that compressible resources were served without gzip compression. Source: WebPagetest - Learn more

          Uses a CDN for all static assetsScore: 31%

          Each request for a piece of content to the web server has to travel from the user's browser all the way to the server and back. A content delivery network (CDN) is a system for distributing resources to servers geographically closer to users. The main benefit of this is that the round-trip time is faster. The passing grade for using a CDN effectively is to have at least 80% of static resources served from a CDN. Source: WebPagetest - Learn more

          Leverage browser caching

          Setting an expiry date or a maximum age in the HTTP headers for static resources instructs the browser to load previously downloaded resources from local disk rather than over the network. Source: PageSpeed Insights - Learn more

          Leverage browser caching for the following cacheable resources:

          URL
          https://www.googletagmanager.com/gtag/js?id=UA-130212083-1 (15 minutes)
          https://connect.facebook.net/en_US/fbevents.js (20 minutes)
          https://connect.facebook.net/signals/config/854183858255917?v=2.8.51&r=stable (20 minutes)
          https://connect.facebook.net/signals/plugins/inferredEvents.js?v=2.8.51 (20 minutes)
          https://www.google-analytics.com/analytics.js (2 hours)
          ...

          Minify CSS

          Minification refers to the process of removing unnecessary or redundant data in order to reduce file size without affecting how the resource is processed by the browser - e.g. code comments and formatting, removing unused code, using shorter variable and function names, and so on. Source: PageSpeed Insights - Learn more

          Minify HTML

          Minification refers to the process of removing unnecessary or redundant data in order to reduce file size without affecting how the resource is processed by the browser - e.g. code comments and formatting, removing unused code, using shorter variable and function names, and so on. Source: PageSpeed Insights - Learn more

          Minify JavaScript

          Minification refers to the process of removing unnecessary or redundant data in order to reduce file size without affecting how the resource is processed by the browser - e.g. code comments and formatting, removing unused code, using shorter variable and function names, and so on. Source: PageSpeed Insights - Learn more

          Minify JavaScript for the following resources to reduce their size by 646B (85% reduction).

          URL
          Minifying https://connect.facebook.net/signals/plugins/inferredEvents.js?v=2.8.51 could save 646B (85% reduction) after compression.
          ...

          Avoids an excessive DOM size581 nodes

          Number of elements in the document. Browser engineers recommend pages contain fewer than ~1,500 DOM nodes. The sweet spot is a tree depth < 32 elements and fewer than 60 children/parent element. A large DOM can increase memory usage, cause longer style calculations, and produce costly layout reflows. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more
          • Total DOM Nodes
            581
            target < 1,500 nodes
          • DOM Depth
            18
            target < 32
          • Maximum Children
            30
            target < 60 nodes

          Compressed ImagesPotential savings of 147?KB

          The image compression check just looks at photo images and makes sure the quality isn't set too high. Images can usually be compressed pretty substantially without any noticeable reduction in visual quality. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          ThumbnailsURLOriginalPotential Savings
          https://www.getwearable.net/static/images/a-new-wearable/get_pay.jpg181 KB36 KB (19%)
          https://www.getwearable.net/static/images/hand/displace-1.jpg55 KB31 KB (55%)
          https://www.getwearable.net/static/images/a-new-wearable/get_alexa.jpg116 KB17 KB (14%)
          https://www.getwearable.net/static/bracelet/roughness-1.jpg56 KB15 KB (27%)
          https://www.getwearable.net/static/images/a-new-wearable/get_call.jpg112 KB15 KB (13%)
          https://www.getwearable.net/static/bracelet/emissive.jpg37 KB10 KB (28%)
          https://www.getwearable.net/static/images/a-new-wearable/get_drone.jpg58 KB8 KB (14%)
          https://www.getwearable.net/static/images/a-new-wearable/get_notification.jpg71 KB7 KB (10%)
          https://www.getwearable.net/static/images/a-new-wearable/covers/color_02.jpg11 KB4 KB (39%)
          ...

          Uses Progressive JPEGsScore: 95 %

          A progressive JPEG is image created using the JPEG suite of compression algorithms that will 'fade in' in successive waves of lines until the entire image has completely arrived. They show the entire image right away, looking slightly pixelated until the image data is fully loaded. Source: WebPagetest - Learn more

          Properly Sized ImagesPotential savings of 222?KB

          Serve images that are appropriately-sized to save cellular data and improve load time. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Offscreen images

          Consider lazy-loading offscreen images to improve page load speed and time to interactive. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          First impression

          Eliminates render-blocking JavaScript and CSS in above-the-fold content

          This rule triggers when detecting that your HTML references a blocking external resource / file in the above-the-fold portion of your page. Source: PageSpeed Insights - Learn more about JS - Learn more about CSS

          Prioritizes visible content

          This rule triggers when detecting that additional network round trips are required to render the above-the-fold content of the page. Source: PageSpeed Insights - Learn more

          Improves server response time

          This rule triggers when detecting that your server response time is above 200 ms. Server response time measures how long it takes to load the necessary HTML to begin rendering the page from your server, subtracting out the network latency between Google and your server. Source: PageSpeed Insights - Learn more

          Avoids landing page redirects

          Redirects trigger an additional HTTP request-response cycle and delay page rendering. In the best case, each redirect will add a single round trip (HTTP request-response), and in the worst it may result in multiple additional roundtrips to perform the DNS lookup, TCP handshake, and TLS negotiation in addition to the additional HTTP request-response cycle. As a result, you should minimize use of redirects to improve site performance. Source: PageSpeed Insights - Learn more

          Usability 80/100 Industry: Promotional

          Brand logo linked to homepage

          Fails if doesn't have a logo or clicking it doesn't lead you to homepage.

          No ending trailing paths

          Fails if doesn't provide at least one of the following: main navigation options on footers, fixed or 'smart' headers/burger-icon, Back to top or close buttons.

          Active section is highlighted in navigation menus

          Fails if current section or page is not visually highlighted in navigation menus, except for internal section pages where it's accepted not to highlight the parent section.

          Listing/overview pages with many items implements deferred loading techniques

          Fails if the website doesn't provide at least one of the following: lazy-loading, load more buttons, paginator. Doesn't provide a clear reference about the total amount of items in a portfolio or blog page.

          Prevent layout shiftings when loading media. Set width and height attributes on both <img> and <video> tags

          Fails if transitioning from placeholders to final images changes the rendered size of the element as media loads. Not using a solid color placeholder occupying the same dimensions as the target image, or techniques such as LQIP or SQIP that hint at the content of a media item before it loads. These changes can be disorienting for users and trigger expensive DOM layout operations that consume system resources and contribute to jank.

          Carousels are generally avoided (but they are acceptable if they are well implemented)

          Fails if any of the following are seen: carousels auto-rotate, text is not legible, swipe is not supported, next images do not load within 1 second of swipe.

          Make it easy to contact you

          Fails if the website does not provide all of the following: easy to find contact options, tap to call, mailto on emails, addresses do not link to gMaps, except being embedded.

          The most appropriate keyboard for the input type is provided first

          Fails if most helpful keyboard not provided, i.e. input types text, tel, email, password, capitalization when appropiate, etc.

          The website supports autofill for all form fields and the fields are tagged for the appropriate information from autofill

          Fails if fields are not tagged for efficient browser-based autofill, making users enter data that is already known either by the website or the OS. Not filling a standard field or filling fields with the wrong content, i.e. puts house number and street name into the same field when there are separate fields for each.

          All mistakes made in forms are clearly highlighted in real time, and instructions for correct completion are provided in real time

          Fails if mistakes and guidance for correct completion are not highlighted in real time and/or error messages are ambiguous or unfriendly.

          PWA / Best Practices 73/100

          Avoids Application Cache

          Application Cache is deprecated. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Avoids WebSQL DB

          Web SQL is deprecated. Consider using IndexedDB instead. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Avoids requesting the geolocation permission on page load

          Users are mistrustful of or confused by sites that request their location without context. Consider tying the request to user gestures instead. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          robots.txt is valid

          If your robots.txt file is malformed, crawlers may not be able to understand how you want your website to be crawled or indexed. Source: Lighthouse

          Avoids requesting the notification permission on page load

          Users are mistrustful of or confused by sites that request to send notifications without context. Consider tying the request to user gestures instead. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Avoids deprecated APIs

          Deprecated APIs will eventually be removed from the browser. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Allows to paste into password input fields

          The main reason why password pasting improves security is because it helps to reduce password overload. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Registers a Service Worker

          The service worker is the technology that enables your app to use many Progressive Web App features, such as offline, add to homescreen, and push notifications. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Responds with a 200 when offline

          If you're building a Progressive Web App, consider using a service worker so that your app can work offline. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Uses HTTPS

          All sites should be protected with HTTPS, even ones that don't handle sensitive data. HTTPS prevents intruders from tampering with or passively listening in on the communications between your app and your users, and is a prerequisite for HTTP/2 and many new web platform APIs. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Redirects HTTP traffic to HTTPS

          If you've already set up HTTPS, make sure that you redirect all HTTP traffic to HTTPS. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Uses HTTP/2 for its own resources

          HTTP/2 offers many benefits over HTTP/1.1, including binary headers, multiplexing, and server push. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Uses passive listeners to improve scrolling performance

          Mark your touch and wheel event listeners as `passive` to improve your page's scroll performance. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Avoid using document.write()

          For users on slow connections, external scripts dynamically injected via document.write() can delay page load by tens of seconds. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Manifest's short_name won't be truncated when displayed on homescreen

          Make your app's short_name fewer than 12 characters to ensure that it's not truncated on homescreens. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Configured for a custom splash screen

          A default splash screen will be constructed for your app, but satisfying these requirements guarantee a high-quality splash screen that transitions the user from tapping the home screen icon to your app's first paint. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          User can be prompted to Install the Web App

          Browsers can proactively prompt users to add your app to their homescreen, which can lead to higher engagement. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Mobile Friendliness 80/100

          Configures the viewport

          This rule triggers when detecting that your page does not specify a viewport, or specifies a viewport that does not adapt to different devices. Source: PageSpeed Insights - Learn more

          Content is sized correctly for the viewport

          If the width of your app's content doesn't match the width of the viewport, your app might not be optimized for mobile screens. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Size tap targets appropriately

          This rule triggers when detecting that certain tap targets (e.g. buttons, links, or form fields) may be too small or too close together for a user to easily tap on a touchscreen. Source: PageSpeed Insights - Learn more

          Uses legible font sizes

          This rule triggers when detecting that text in the page is too small to be legible. Source: PageSpeed Insights - Learn more

          Color Contrast is satisfactory

          Low-contrast text is difficult or impossible for many users to read. Background and foreground colors should have enough contrast ratio to guarantee readability. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Failing Elements

          ImpactSnippetTargetFailure Summary
          serious<span> Payments </span>._3DFxeroWigjk5t35P9-Uxi_0._1wrSN1q-m_vM6drp0z1k_h_0.DoK6g5TXZxsIew9Vap4BX_0 > ._1C_o3acj59bTROGN3QIOd7_0.zLRgBLmOTjedjHF8iWEYU_0 > spanFix any of the following: Element has insufficient color contrast of 3.97 (foreground color: #0072ce, background color: #0d0d0d, font size: 8.0pt, font weight: bold). Expected contrast ratio of 4.5:1
          serious<span> A New Wearable </span>._8G6c7Oewa_w_Ma4jS_lie_0._1wrSN1q-m_vM6drp0z1k_h_0.DoK6g5TXZxsIew9Vap4BX_0 > ._1C_o3acj59bTROGN3QIOd7_0.zLRgBLmOTjedjHF8iWEYU_0 > spanFix any of the following: Element has insufficient color contrast of 4.17 (foreground color: #0072ce, background color: #050505, font size: 8.0pt, font weight: bold). Expected contrast ratio of 4.5:1
          serious<p class="_32V7baO25_DJwJsIN_pYjW_0">._32V7baO25_DJwJsIN_pYjW_0:nth-child(1)Fix any of the following: Element has insufficient color contrast of 1.91 (foreground color: #3c3c40, background color: #000000, font size: 11.3pt, font weight: normal). Expected contrast ratio of 4.5:1
          serious<a href="#!" class="open-subscribe"> newsletter </a>.open-subscribeFix any of the following: Element has insufficient color contrast of 1.91 (foreground color: #3c3c40, background color: #000000, font size: 11.3pt, font weight: normal). Expected contrast ratio of 4.5:1
          serious<div> This website uses cookies. <a href="https://www.iubenda.com/privacy-policy/88693273/cookie-policy" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Learn More.</a></div>.Cookie__content > divFix any of the following: Element has insufficient color contrast of 3.83 (foreground color: #0072ce, background color: #121212, font size: 10.5pt, font weight: normal). Expected contrast ratio of 4.5:1
          ...

          Performance 67/100

          Speed Index

          • Speed Index
            7126.38
            target < 4500 ms

          Perceptual Speed Index is a page load performance metric that shows you how quickly the contents of a page are visibly populated. The lower the score, the better. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Document complete

          • Time
            19.7
            seconds
          • Resources
            39
            requests
          • Bytes in
            1.9
            MB

          These metrics are collected from the initial request until the browser considers the page loaded (JavaScript onLoad event). This usually happens after all of the image content has loaded but may not include content that is triggered by javascript execution.

          Fully load

          • Time
            21.2
            seconds
          • Resources
            42
            requests
          • Bytes in
            1.9
            MB

          These metrics are collected from the initial request until 2 seconds of no network activity after Document Complete (JavaScript onLoad event). This will usually include any activity that is triggered by javascript after the main page loads.

          Assets by Domain

          Requests

          • www.getwearable.net

          • connect.facebook.net

          • www.facebook.com

          • www.google-analytics.com

          • getwearable.myshopify.com

          • www.googletagmanager.com

          Bytes downloaded

          • www.getwearable.net

          • connect.facebook.net

          • www.googletagmanager.com

          • www.google-analytics.com

          • getwearable.myshopify.com

          • www.facebook.com

          Assets by Mime-Type

          Requests

          • html

          • js

          • css

          • image

          • font

          • other

          Bytes downloaded

          • html

          • js

          • css

          • image

          • font

          • other

          Speed

          Load time19743 ms

          Also known as the document complete time, it’s the time from the initial request until the browser load event. It can vary based on server location, device, browser, and third-party apps. Source: WebPagetest - Learn more

          Page load is fast enough on 3G

          A fast page load over a 3G network ensures a good mobile user experience. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          First byte2068 ms

          The time from the initial request to the first byte of the response. Source: WebPagetest - Learn more

          First Contentful Paint4894.802 ms

          First contentful paint marks the time at which the first text/image is painted. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          First meaningful paint4894.802 ms

          First meaningful paint measures when the primary content of a page is visible. It's essentially the paint after which the biggest above-the-fold layout change has happened, and web fonts have loaded. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Estimated Input Latency12?ms (target < 50 ms)

          The score above is an estimate of how long your app takes to respond to user input, in milliseconds. There is a 90% probability that a user encounters this amount of latency, or less. 10% of the time a user can expect additional latency. If your score is higher than Lighthouse's target score (< 50ms), users may perceive your app as laggy. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Uses persistent connections (keep alive)Score: 100%

          Closing connections are a missed opportunity for performance enhancement: additional round-trips between the user and the server to initiate a connection is redundant and time-consuming. Keep-Alive measures the effectiveness of connection reuse. The purpose of this grade is to evaluate the extent to which requests are inefficiently reopening connections. Source: WebPagetest - Learn more

          First CPU Idle4894.80 ms

          First CPU Idle marks the first time at which the page's main thread is quiet enough to handle input. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Time to Interactive4894.80 ms

          Interactive marks the time at which the page is fully interactive. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Page weight

          Uses compression (gzip, zopfli, deflate, brotli)Score: 100%

          This rule triggers when detecting that compressible resources were served without gzip compression. Source: WebPagetest - Learn more

          Uses a CDN for all static assetsScore: 25%

          Each request for a piece of content to the web server has to travel from the user's browser all the way to the server and back. A content delivery network (CDN) is a system for distributing resources to servers geographically closer to users. The main benefit of this is that the round-trip time is faster. The passing grade for using a CDN effectively is to have at least 80% of static resources served from a CDN. Source: WebPagetest - Learn more

          Leverage browser caching

          Setting an expiry date or a maximum age in the HTTP headers for static resources instructs the browser to load previously downloaded resources from local disk rather than over the network. Source: PageSpeed Insights - Learn more

          Leverage browser caching for the following cacheable resources:

          URL
          https://www.googletagmanager.com/gtag/js?id=UA-130212083-1 (15 minutes)
          https://connect.facebook.net/en_US/fbevents.js (20 minutes)
          https://connect.facebook.net/signals/config/854183858255917?v=2.8.51&r=stable (20 minutes)
          https://connect.facebook.net/signals/plugins/inferredEvents.js?v=2.8.51 (20 minutes)
          https://www.google-analytics.com/analytics.js (2 hours)
          ...

          Minify CSS

          Minification refers to the process of removing unnecessary or redundant data in order to reduce file size without affecting how the resource is processed by the browser - e.g. code comments and formatting, removing unused code, using shorter variable and function names, and so on. Source: PageSpeed Insights - Learn more

          Minify HTML

          Minification refers to the process of removing unnecessary or redundant data in order to reduce file size without affecting how the resource is processed by the browser - e.g. code comments and formatting, removing unused code, using shorter variable and function names, and so on. Source: PageSpeed Insights - Learn more

          Minify JavaScript

          Minification refers to the process of removing unnecessary or redundant data in order to reduce file size without affecting how the resource is processed by the browser - e.g. code comments and formatting, removing unused code, using shorter variable and function names, and so on. Source: PageSpeed Insights - Learn more

          Minify JavaScript for the following resources to reduce their size by 646B (85% reduction).

          URL
          Minifying https://connect.facebook.net/signals/plugins/inferredEvents.js?v=2.8.51 could save 646B (85% reduction) after compression.
          ...

          Avoids an excessive DOM size371 nodes

          Number of elements in the document. Browser engineers recommend pages contain fewer than ~1,500 DOM nodes. The sweet spot is a tree depth < 32 elements and fewer than 60 children/parent element. A large DOM can increase memory usage, cause longer style calculations, and produce costly layout reflows. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more
          • Total DOM Nodes
            371
            target < 1,500 nodes
          • DOM Depth
            17
            target < 32
          • Maximum Children
            30
            target < 60 nodes

          Compressed ImagesPotential savings of 59?KB

          The image compression check just looks at photo images and makes sure the quality isn't set too high. Images can usually be compressed pretty substantially without any noticeable reduction in visual quality. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          ThumbnailsURLOriginalPotential Savings
          https://www.getwearable.net/static/images/hand/displace-2.jpg60 KB32 KB (54%)
          https://www.getwearable.net/static/bracelet/roughness-1.jpg56 KB15 KB (27%)
          https://www.getwearable.net/static/bracelet/emissive.jpg37 KB10 KB (28%)
          ...

          Uses Progressive JPEGsScore: 78 %

          A progressive JPEG is image created using the JPEG suite of compression algorithms that will 'fade in' in successive waves of lines until the entire image has completely arrived. They show the entire image right away, looking slightly pixelated until the image data is fully loaded. Source: WebPagetest - Learn more

          Properly Sized Images

          Serve images that are appropriately-sized to save cellular data and improve load time. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Offscreen images

          Consider lazy-loading offscreen images to improve page load speed and time to interactive. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          First impression

          Eliminates render-blocking JavaScript and CSS in above-the-fold content

          This rule triggers when detecting that your HTML references a blocking external resource / file in the above-the-fold portion of your page. Source: PageSpeed Insights - Learn more about JS - Learn more about CSS

          Prioritizes visible content

          This rule triggers when detecting that additional network round trips are required to render the above-the-fold content of the page. Source: PageSpeed Insights - Learn more

          Improves server response time

          This rule triggers when detecting that your server response time is above 200 ms. Server response time measures how long it takes to load the necessary HTML to begin rendering the page from your server, subtracting out the network latency between Google and your server. Source: PageSpeed Insights - Learn more

          Avoids landing page redirects

          Redirects trigger an additional HTTP request-response cycle and delay page rendering. In the best case, each redirect will add a single round trip (HTTP request-response), and in the worst it may result in multiple additional roundtrips to perform the DNS lookup, TCP handshake, and TLS negotiation in addition to the additional HTTP request-response cycle. As a result, you should minimize use of redirects to improve site performance. Source: PageSpeed Insights - Learn more

          Usability 80/100 Industry: Promotional

          Brand logo linked to homepage

          Fails if doesn't have a logo or clicking it doesn't lead you to homepage.

          No ending trailing paths

          Fails if doesn't provide at least one of the following: main navigation options on footers, fixed or 'smart' headers/burger-icon, Back to top or close buttons.

          Active section is highlighted in navigation menus

          Fails if current section or page is not visually highlighted in navigation menus, except for internal section pages where it's accepted not to highlight the parent section.

          Listing/overview pages with many items implements deferred loading techniques

          Fails if the website doesn't provide at least one of the following: lazy-loading, load more buttons, paginator. Doesn't provide a clear reference about the total amount of items in a portfolio or blog page.

          Prevent layout shiftings when loading media. Set width and height attributes on both <img> and <video> tags

          Fails if transitioning from placeholders to final images changes the rendered size of the element as media loads. Not using a solid color placeholder occupying the same dimensions as the target image, or techniques such as LQIP or SQIP that hint at the content of a media item before it loads. These changes can be disorienting for users and trigger expensive DOM layout operations that consume system resources and contribute to jank.

          Carousels are generally avoided (but they are acceptable if they are well implemented)

          Fails if any of the following are seen: carousels auto-rotate, text is not legible, swipe is not supported, next images do not load within 1 second of swipe.

          Make it easy to contact you

          Fails if the website does not provide all of the following: easy to find contact options, tap to call, mailto on emails, addresses do not link to gMaps, except being embedded.

          The most appropriate keyboard for the input type is provided first

          Fails if most helpful keyboard not provided, i.e. input types text, tel, email, password, capitalization when appropiate, etc.

          The website supports autofill for all form fields and the fields are tagged for the appropriate information from autofill

          Fails if fields are not tagged for efficient browser-based autofill, making users enter data that is already known either by the website or the OS. Not filling a standard field or filling fields with the wrong content, i.e. puts house number and street name into the same field when there are separate fields for each.

          All mistakes made in forms are clearly highlighted in real time, and instructions for correct completion are provided in real time

          Fails if mistakes and guidance for correct completion are not highlighted in real time and/or error messages are ambiguous or unfriendly.

          PWA / Best Practices 73/100

          Avoids Application Cache

          Application Cache is deprecated. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Avoids WebSQL DB

          Web SQL is deprecated. Consider using IndexedDB instead. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Avoids requesting the geolocation permission on page load

          Users are mistrustful of or confused by sites that request their location without context. Consider tying the request to user gestures instead. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          robots.txt is valid

          If your robots.txt file is malformed, crawlers may not be able to understand how you want your website to be crawled or indexed. Source: Lighthouse

          Avoids requesting the notification permission on page load

          Users are mistrustful of or confused by sites that request to send notifications without context. Consider tying the request to user gestures instead. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Avoids deprecated APIs

          Deprecated APIs will eventually be removed from the browser. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Allows to paste into password input fields

          The main reason why password pasting improves security is because it helps to reduce password overload. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Registers a Service Worker

          The service worker is the technology that enables your app to use many Progressive Web App features, such as offline, add to homescreen, and push notifications. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Responds with a 200 when offline

          If you're building a Progressive Web App, consider using a service worker so that your app can work offline. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Uses HTTPS

          All sites should be protected with HTTPS, even ones that don't handle sensitive data. HTTPS prevents intruders from tampering with or passively listening in on the communications between your app and your users, and is a prerequisite for HTTP/2 and many new web platform APIs. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Redirects HTTP traffic to HTTPS

          If you've already set up HTTPS, make sure that you redirect all HTTP traffic to HTTPS. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Uses HTTP/2 for its own resources

          HTTP/2 offers many benefits over HTTP/1.1, including binary headers, multiplexing, and server push. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Uses passive listeners to improve scrolling performance

          Mark your touch and wheel event listeners as `passive` to improve your page's scroll performance. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Avoid using document.write()

          For users on slow connections, external scripts dynamically injected via document.write() can delay page load by tens of seconds. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Manifest's short_name won't be truncated when displayed on homescreen

          Make your app's short_name fewer than 12 characters to ensure that it's not truncated on homescreens. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Configured for a custom splash screen

          A default splash screen will be constructed for your app, but satisfying these requirements guarantee a high-quality splash screen that transitions the user from tapping the home screen icon to your app's first paint. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          User can be prompted to Install the Web App

          Browsers can proactively prompt users to add your app to their homescreen, which can lead to higher engagement. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Mobile Friendliness 80/100

          Configures the viewport

          This rule triggers when detecting that your page does not specify a viewport, or specifies a viewport that does not adapt to different devices. Source: PageSpeed Insights - Learn more

          Content is sized correctly for the viewport

          If the width of your app's content doesn't match the width of the viewport, your app might not be optimized for mobile screens. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Size tap targets appropriately

          This rule triggers when detecting that certain tap targets (e.g. buttons, links, or form fields) may be too small or too close together for a user to easily tap on a touchscreen. Source: PageSpeed Insights - Learn more

          Uses legible font sizes

          This rule triggers when detecting that text in the page is too small to be legible. Source: PageSpeed Insights - Learn more

          Color Contrast is satisfactory

          Low-contrast text is difficult or impossible for many users to read. Background and foreground colors should have enough contrast ratio to guarantee readability. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Failing Elements

          ImpactSnippetTargetFailure Summary
          serious<p data-text="" class="_2U5h3BK2iNjBTVKSgdKlWQ_0">Vision: interpret the relationship between technology and man to explore and realize innovative experiences.</p>._3fc3LjTFPYwqqI-BGCwi4M_0[data-slide=""]:nth-child(1) > ._2U5h3BK2iNjBTVKSgdKlWQ_0[data-text=""]Fix any of the following: Element has insufficient color contrast of 3.94 (foreground color: #808080, background color: #ffffff, font size: 10.5pt, font weight: normal). Expected contrast ratio of 4.5:1
          serious<h4 data-anim="stagger" class="line-title">We’re taking over the world. These publications &amp; prizes noticed it.</h4>._2r3ZPdjrjDr4X3dInr5Y46_0 > .line-title[data-anim="stagger"]Fix any of the following: Element has insufficient color contrast of 3.83 (foreground color: #0072ce, background color: #121212, font size: 8.0pt, font weight: bold). Expected contrast ratio of 4.5:1
          serious<p class="_32V7baO25_DJwJsIN_pYjW_0">._32V7baO25_DJwJsIN_pYjW_0:nth-child(1)Fix any of the following: Element has insufficient color contrast of 1.91 (foreground color: #3c3c40, background color: #000000, font size: 11.3pt, font weight: normal). Expected contrast ratio of 4.5:1
          serious<a href="#!" class="open-subscribe"> newsletter </a>.open-subscribeFix any of the following: Element has insufficient color contrast of 1.91 (foreground color: #3c3c40, background color: #000000, font size: 11.3pt, font weight: normal). Expected contrast ratio of 4.5:1
          serious<div> This website uses cookies. <a href="https://www.iubenda.com/privacy-policy/88693273/cookie-policy" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Learn More.</a></div>.Cookie__content > divFix any of the following: Element has insufficient color contrast of 3.83 (foreground color: #0072ce, background color: #121212, font size: 10.5pt, font weight: normal). Expected contrast ratio of 4.5:1
          ...

          Performance 67/100

          Speed Index

          • Speed Index
            5852.47
            target < 4500 ms

          Perceptual Speed Index is a page load performance metric that shows you how quickly the contents of a page are visibly populated. The lower the score, the better. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Document complete

          • Time
            20.6
            seconds
          • Resources
            53
            requests
          • Bytes in
            2.1
            MB

          These metrics are collected from the initial request until the browser considers the page loaded (JavaScript onLoad event). This usually happens after all of the image content has loaded but may not include content that is triggered by javascript execution.

          Fully load

          • Time
            22
            seconds
          • Resources
            56
            requests
          • Bytes in
            2.1
            MB

          These metrics are collected from the initial request until 2 seconds of no network activity after Document Complete (JavaScript onLoad event). This will usually include any activity that is triggered by javascript after the main page loads.

          Assets by Domain

          Requests

          • www.getwearable.net

          • connect.facebook.net

          • www.facebook.com

          • www.google-analytics.com

          • getwearable.myshopify.com

          • www.googletagmanager.com

          Bytes downloaded

          • www.getwearable.net

          • connect.facebook.net

          • www.googletagmanager.com

          • www.google-analytics.com

          • getwearable.myshopify.com

          • www.facebook.com

          Assets by Mime-Type

          Requests

          • html

          • js

          • css

          • image

          • font

          • other

          Bytes downloaded

          • html

          • js

          • css

          • image

          • font

          • other

          Speed

          Load time20564 ms

          Also known as the document complete time, it’s the time from the initial request until the browser load event. It can vary based on server location, device, browser, and third-party apps. Source: WebPagetest - Learn more

          Page load is fast enough on 3G

          A fast page load over a 3G network ensures a good mobile user experience. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          First byte1997 ms

          The time from the initial request to the first byte of the response. Source: WebPagetest - Learn more

          First Contentful Paint4904.916 ms

          First contentful paint marks the time at which the first text/image is painted. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          First meaningful paint4904.916 ms

          First meaningful paint measures when the primary content of a page is visible. It's essentially the paint after which the biggest above-the-fold layout change has happened, and web fonts have loaded. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Estimated Input Latency12?ms (target < 50 ms)

          The score above is an estimate of how long your app takes to respond to user input, in milliseconds. There is a 90% probability that a user encounters this amount of latency, or less. 10% of the time a user can expect additional latency. If your score is higher than Lighthouse's target score (< 50ms), users may perceive your app as laggy. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Uses persistent connections (keep alive)Score: 100%

          Closing connections are a missed opportunity for performance enhancement: additional round-trips between the user and the server to initiate a connection is redundant and time-consuming. Keep-Alive measures the effectiveness of connection reuse. The purpose of this grade is to evaluate the extent to which requests are inefficiently reopening connections. Source: WebPagetest - Learn more

          First CPU Idle4904.92 ms

          First CPU Idle marks the first time at which the page's main thread is quiet enough to handle input. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Time to Interactive4904.92 ms

          Interactive marks the time at which the page is fully interactive. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Page weight

          Uses compression (gzip, zopfli, deflate, brotli)Score: 100%

          This rule triggers when detecting that compressible resources were served without gzip compression. Source: WebPagetest - Learn more

          Uses a CDN for all static assetsScore: 18%

          Each request for a piece of content to the web server has to travel from the user's browser all the way to the server and back. A content delivery network (CDN) is a system for distributing resources to servers geographically closer to users. The main benefit of this is that the round-trip time is faster. The passing grade for using a CDN effectively is to have at least 80% of static resources served from a CDN. Source: WebPagetest - Learn more

          Leverage browser caching

          Setting an expiry date or a maximum age in the HTTP headers for static resources instructs the browser to load previously downloaded resources from local disk rather than over the network. Source: PageSpeed Insights - Learn more

          Leverage browser caching for the following cacheable resources:

          URL
          https://www.googletagmanager.com/gtag/js?id=UA-130212083-1 (15 minutes)
          https://connect.facebook.net/en_US/fbevents.js (20 minutes)
          https://connect.facebook.net/signals/config/854183858255917?v=2.8.51&r=stable (20 minutes)
          https://connect.facebook.net/signals/plugins/inferredEvents.js?v=2.8.51 (20 minutes)
          https://www.google-analytics.com/analytics.js (2 hours)
          ...

          Minify CSS

          Minification refers to the process of removing unnecessary or redundant data in order to reduce file size without affecting how the resource is processed by the browser - e.g. code comments and formatting, removing unused code, using shorter variable and function names, and so on. Source: PageSpeed Insights - Learn more

          Minify HTML

          Minification refers to the process of removing unnecessary or redundant data in order to reduce file size without affecting how the resource is processed by the browser - e.g. code comments and formatting, removing unused code, using shorter variable and function names, and so on. Source: PageSpeed Insights - Learn more

          Minify JavaScript

          Minification refers to the process of removing unnecessary or redundant data in order to reduce file size without affecting how the resource is processed by the browser - e.g. code comments and formatting, removing unused code, using shorter variable and function names, and so on. Source: PageSpeed Insights - Learn more

          Minify JavaScript for the following resources to reduce their size by 646B (85% reduction).

          URL
          Minifying https://connect.facebook.net/signals/plugins/inferredEvents.js?v=2.8.51 could save 646B (85% reduction) after compression.
          ...

          Avoids an excessive DOM size446 nodes

          Number of elements in the document. Browser engineers recommend pages contain fewer than ~1,500 DOM nodes. The sweet spot is a tree depth < 32 elements and fewer than 60 children/parent element. A large DOM can increase memory usage, cause longer style calculations, and produce costly layout reflows. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more
          • Total DOM Nodes
            446
            target < 1,500 nodes
          • DOM Depth
            18
            target < 32
          • Maximum Children
            67
            target < 60 nodes

          Compressed ImagesPotential savings of 58?KB

          The image compression check just looks at photo images and makes sure the quality isn't set too high. Images can usually be compressed pretty substantially without any noticeable reduction in visual quality. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          ThumbnailsURLOriginalPotential Savings
          https://www.getwearable.net/static/bracelet/roughness-1.jpg56 KB15 KB (27%)
          https://www.getwearable.net/static/bracelet/emissive.jpg37 KB10 KB (28%)
          https://www.getwearable.net/static/images/about-us/team/ludovico.jpg47 KB5 KB (11%)
          https://www.getwearable.net/static/images/about-us/team/antonio.jpg48 KB5 KB (11%)
          https://www.getwearable.net/static/images/about-us/team/emiliano.jpg50 KB5 KB (10%)
          https://www.getwearable.net/static/images/about-us/team/enrico.jpg44 KB5 KB (11%)
          https://www.getwearable.net/static/images/about-us/team/luca.jpg45 KB5 KB (11%)
          https://www.getwearable.net/static/images/about-us/team/edoardo.jpg47 KB4 KB (10%)
          ...

          Uses Progressive JPEGsScore: 100 %

          A progressive JPEG is image created using the JPEG suite of compression algorithms that will 'fade in' in successive waves of lines until the entire image has completely arrived. They show the entire image right away, looking slightly pixelated until the image data is fully loaded. Source: WebPagetest - Learn more

          Properly Sized ImagesPotential savings of 186?KB

          Serve images that are appropriately-sized to save cellular data and improve load time. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Offscreen images

          Consider lazy-loading offscreen images to improve page load speed and time to interactive. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          First impression

          Eliminates render-blocking JavaScript and CSS in above-the-fold content

          This rule triggers when detecting that your HTML references a blocking external resource / file in the above-the-fold portion of your page. Source: PageSpeed Insights - Learn more about JS - Learn more about CSS

          Prioritizes visible content

          This rule triggers when detecting that additional network round trips are required to render the above-the-fold content of the page. Source: PageSpeed Insights - Learn more

          Improves server response time

          This rule triggers when detecting that your server response time is above 200 ms. Server response time measures how long it takes to load the necessary HTML to begin rendering the page from your server, subtracting out the network latency between Google and your server. Source: PageSpeed Insights - Learn more

          Avoids landing page redirects

          Redirects trigger an additional HTTP request-response cycle and delay page rendering. In the best case, each redirect will add a single round trip (HTTP request-response), and in the worst it may result in multiple additional roundtrips to perform the DNS lookup, TCP handshake, and TLS negotiation in addition to the additional HTTP request-response cycle. As a result, you should minimize use of redirects to improve site performance. Source: PageSpeed Insights - Learn more

          Usability 80/100 Industry: Promotional

          Brand logo linked to homepage

          Fails if doesn't have a logo or clicking it doesn't lead you to homepage.

          No ending trailing paths

          Fails if doesn't provide at least one of the following: main navigation options on footers, fixed or 'smart' headers/burger-icon, Back to top or close buttons.

          Active section is highlighted in navigation menus

          Fails if current section or page is not visually highlighted in navigation menus, except for internal section pages where it's accepted not to highlight the parent section.

          Listing/overview pages with many items implements deferred loading techniques

          Fails if the website doesn't provide at least one of the following: lazy-loading, load more buttons, paginator. Doesn't provide a clear reference about the total amount of items in a portfolio or blog page.

          Prevent layout shiftings when loading media. Set width and height attributes on both <img> and <video> tags

          Fails if transitioning from placeholders to final images changes the rendered size of the element as media loads. Not using a solid color placeholder occupying the same dimensions as the target image, or techniques such as LQIP or SQIP that hint at the content of a media item before it loads. These changes can be disorienting for users and trigger expensive DOM layout operations that consume system resources and contribute to jank.

          Carousels are generally avoided (but they are acceptable if they are well implemented)

          Fails if any of the following are seen: carousels auto-rotate, text is not legible, swipe is not supported, next images do not load within 1 second of swipe.

          Make it easy to contact you

          Fails if the website does not provide all of the following: easy to find contact options, tap to call, mailto on emails, addresses do not link to gMaps, except being embedded.

          The most appropriate keyboard for the input type is provided first

          Fails if most helpful keyboard not provided, i.e. input types text, tel, email, password, capitalization when appropiate, etc.

          The website supports autofill for all form fields and the fields are tagged for the appropriate information from autofill

          Fails if fields are not tagged for efficient browser-based autofill, making users enter data that is already known either by the website or the OS. Not filling a standard field or filling fields with the wrong content, i.e. puts house number and street name into the same field when there are separate fields for each.

          All mistakes made in forms are clearly highlighted in real time, and instructions for correct completion are provided in real time

          Fails if mistakes and guidance for correct completion are not highlighted in real time and/or error messages are ambiguous or unfriendly.

          PWA / Best Practices 73/100

          Avoids Application Cache

          Application Cache is deprecated. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Avoids WebSQL DB

          Web SQL is deprecated. Consider using IndexedDB instead. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Avoids requesting the geolocation permission on page load

          Users are mistrustful of or confused by sites that request their location without context. Consider tying the request to user gestures instead. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          robots.txt is valid

          If your robots.txt file is malformed, crawlers may not be able to understand how you want your website to be crawled or indexed. Source: Lighthouse

          Avoids requesting the notification permission on page load

          Users are mistrustful of or confused by sites that request to send notifications without context. Consider tying the request to user gestures instead. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Avoids deprecated APIs

          Deprecated APIs will eventually be removed from the browser. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Allows to paste into password input fields

          The main reason why password pasting improves security is because it helps to reduce password overload. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Registers a Service Worker

          The service worker is the technology that enables your app to use many Progressive Web App features, such as offline, add to homescreen, and push notifications. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Responds with a 200 when offline

          If you're building a Progressive Web App, consider using a service worker so that your app can work offline. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Uses HTTPS

          All sites should be protected with HTTPS, even ones that don't handle sensitive data. HTTPS prevents intruders from tampering with or passively listening in on the communications between your app and your users, and is a prerequisite for HTTP/2 and many new web platform APIs. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Redirects HTTP traffic to HTTPS

          If you've already set up HTTPS, make sure that you redirect all HTTP traffic to HTTPS. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Uses HTTP/2 for its own resources

          HTTP/2 offers many benefits over HTTP/1.1, including binary headers, multiplexing, and server push. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Uses passive listeners to improve scrolling performance

          Mark your touch and wheel event listeners as `passive` to improve your page's scroll performance. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Avoid using document.write()

          For users on slow connections, external scripts dynamically injected via document.write() can delay page load by tens of seconds. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Manifest's short_name won't be truncated when displayed on homescreen

          Make your app's short_name fewer than 12 characters to ensure that it's not truncated on homescreens. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          Configured for a custom splash screen

          A default splash screen will be constructed for your app, but satisfying these requirements guarantee a high-quality splash screen that transitions the user from tapping the home screen icon to your app's first paint. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more

          User can be prompted to Install the Web App

          Browsers can proactively prompt users to add your app to their homescreen, which can lead to higher engagement. Source: Lighthouse - Learn more
          Report created on Jul 04, 2019, 18:03 PM GMT+0 in 15 min.

          This report was built manually by Awwwards experts taking care personally of every detail using several Google and 3rd-party audit tools and services for metrics, web performance optimization and best practices for mobile design and development.

          Loading time vary depending on network, device, server, site design, and implementation.

          These are the environments used to create this report:

          Webpagetest Test Location Dulles VA USA
          Browser MotoG4 Chrome
          Connection Mobile 3G (1.6 Mbps / 768 Kbps 300ms RTT)
          Number of Runs 1
          User Agent Default
          Lighthouse User agent Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_12_6) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/68.0.3440.106 Safari/537.36
          Device Emulation Emulated Nexus 5X
          Network Throttling 150ms TCP RTT, 1,638.4 Kbps throughput (Simulated)
          CPU Throttling 4x slowdown (Simulated)
          PageSpeed Insights EnvironmentMobile
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