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Guidelines for low bandwidth websites

Other by Alan Jackson, published on Feb. 12, 2010

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Tags: Aptivate, Bandwidth management,

Bandwidth in many developing countries can be extremely expensive and the available bandwidth is often unable to meet local demands and support optimal usage. Creating bandwidth friendly websites can help ease this problem, creating a better experience for the end user by enabling faster access to, and download of, information. These guidelines focus on designing low bandwidth websites to improve usability and global accessibility. They were developed in partnership with Aptivate

 

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