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Questions about Visually Complete metric
03-12-2014, 03:46 AM
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RE: Questions about Visually Complete metric
(03-11-2014 11:56 PM)pmeenan Wrote:  Yes, if you're working on the underlying resource delivery and not necessarily the user experience then the Doc Complete times will be a more complete measurement.

Great. I am new to this area. It seems that most folks are interested here in improving the performance of a single site, page etc. I have very little control over the individual page styles, objects, js, etc. I am very interested in the UX performance overall, but instead of a single site - I'm interested in measuring the UX performance as if I was a Comcast and trying to make sure *all* sorts of pages people navigate to have a good UX experience. So making changes to the "pipe" and how to then determine if change A gives a better UX than B, that's what I am working towards. Hope I am stating that clearly. thanks again.
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RE: Questions about Visually Complete metric - mahlenius - 03-12-2014 03:46 AM

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