That first tip listed in the Springshare newsletter is easily the
biggest—large, uncompressed images can take a heavy toll on mobile users.
Resizing and then running through a tool like ImageOptim
<https://imageoptim.com/> makes a huge difference. That's by far the most
major thing you can do, other performance optimizations tend to involve
server settings which you won't control with a LibGuides instance. If
files, you can concatenate and minify those.
On Wed, Jan 20, 2016 at 7:24 AM, Will Martin <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> The librarians at our medical school are interested in improving the
> performance of libguides on mobile devices. A lot of their patrons --
> clinical staff, nursing and doctoral students -- are heavy users of mobile
> I'm aware of the recent Springshare newsletter on this topic, and have
> passed it on to my librarians. It's got good tips, but I was wondering if
> anyone else had other best practices or tips on the topic. How are you
> making your LibGuides mobile-friendly?
> Will Martin
>  Maximize LibGuides for Mobile: