We can improve your performance through a variety of techniques:
- Backend code optimization
- Order of execution
- Content Delivery Network usage (CDN)
- Server configuration
As a result, our solutions integrate with the ever-growing landscape of social networking tools and embrace the interactive. Our websites deliver an outstanding online presence and achieve proven commercial results.
A platform-agnostic agency, we always use the most appropriate technology for every project we work on. However, as we've worked extensively on them for many years, we're renowned for our expertise in Wordpress, Joomla!, Drupal, and Magento platforms.
Choosing the right platform depends on a variety of factors: existing site, multilingual, multi-domain, eCommerce store, content driven, user content, and other factors.
At Jellyfish, we work with our clients' core requirements and provide our experience in platforms to provide a suitable recommendation on the platform that will best fulfill the clients' needs now, and will scale with the client as they grow.
To do this we start our projects off with a technical analysis and discovery phase. We liaise with key stakeholders, business analysts, end users, existing teams and operations.
We review the existing work flow, assets and code to produce our recommendations. We use a mixture of the traditional waterfall or agile development methods depending on the needs of the client, size of the project and project delivery date.
Before development we will produce:
We work closely with our in-house conversion optimization team to improve conversion. Our designers create visually appealing, relevant look and feel, and our conversion optimization experts test, analyze, and refine every page to ensure it performs just as beautifully.
From a design perspective, performance is seamlessly incorporated into every digital project we work on for the simple reason that every asset your browser downloads to display has a weight to it. In other words, the lighter, cleaner and more agile we can make your website or app, the better its performance will be.
So our creative experts continually review and refine what we need to display on each web page in the design and development process to create a fast, relevant, and enjoyable user experience. One that will load quickly, respond instantly, and let the viewer do - and access - everything they want the second they want it.
Because when users can do this, they’ll stay longer, enjoy the experience more and are more likely to purchase. They’ll come back more often, too, and share this positive experience with others.
Pingdom is a performance monitoring tool that provides data on how your website is performing in the wild. By tracking server response time and real user experiences, pingdom gives you the data you need to assess potential weak points in your infrastructure’s delivery.
New Relic takes performance monitoring to another level by incorporating real-time server and application monitoring. This powerful analytics suite provides the insight needed to find and diagnose performance issues across your entire stack.
Similar to Google Page Speed, YSlow grades a provided web page against common best practice advice, such as minimizing HTTP requests and compressing delivered files using gzip.
Your customers expect a consistent brand experience across all platforms. Whether you’re looking to build a native or browser-based app, or whether you’re looking to streamline your website’s mobile layouts, we enhance your mobile offering with tailored user journeys and device-centric functionality. Jellyfish offers iOS and Android development and brings a best-practice approach to web and app development across all platforms.
Responsive web design means that your website adapts to any device, screen size or resolution, ensuring your users have the best possible browsing experience and it's never been more important.
The internet is becoming increasingly mobile, and new browsing devices are appearing at an unprecedented rate. However, it’s expensive to deliver and maintain multiple sites for different devices, and this often means that consistency of a brand’s website experience across mobile, tablet, and desktop can be poor.
But it doesn't have to be this way. We've developed many websites that use a responsive, fluid design methodology to create one website for all devices.
The introduction of "CSS3 media queries" has changed the way we both design and develop websites. Now, we only need one site which can adapt to any device - whether that's a desktop computer, smartphone, tablet, or even ultra netbooks like Apple's Macbook Air. Try resizing your browser to see how our own website reacts.
Not only is a mobile-responsive website important for usability, it also impacts your search engine ranking, as Google thinks it's very important too. They will actively rank your site higher than your competitors' if your site is better optimized for mobile. Google developed a really handy tool that tells you how your website ranks based on how responsive it is for mobile.