Arguing with design and product about every feature that needs to be built is tough. With so many things to consider, rampant “feature creep” produces delay, frustration, and ultimately, poor-performing products!
That’s why setting Performance Budgets early in the development cycle will simplify the design-product-eng conversation. A Performance Budget is a group of limits to certain metrics that cannot be exceeded when building a website. It serves as a clear reference point to frame decisions about what can and can’t be included.
Learn why Performance Budgets are so useful. We’ll discuss how you can use them and how to choose the right metrics to keep track of them. You will discover a drama-free way of approaching the performance discussion.