The web is suffering from a nasty condition: obesity. To the detriment of their businesses and users, many companies operate under the assumption that, because devices, browsers, and data are faster and more powerful, performance must naturally be better for users, as well. But considering Google’s emphasis on page load time in search rankings and the multiple studies that show that users won’t stick through slow page load times, is this an assumption we can afford to make? At Elements: The Web Conference at Penn State, O3 World Lead Front-End Developer Brian Crumley will explore the best practices in performance-tuning a website. He’ll cover tools, techniques, and considerations to help make sites go fast, whether they’re just kicking off, mid-development, or already launched. Register to learn more during Brian’s session, “The Need for Speed: Front-End Performance Optimization,” today!