04 May 2021
What web professionals need to know now about Core Web Vitals.
In May 2020 Google announced a long-term introduction of Core Web Vitals as key parameters for website quality measurement. These are part of a larger number of metrics, the Web Vitals, that Google considers fundamental indicators for the user experience.
Now one year later, the introduction is on the go. In the first phase three elements will be key ranking criteria for the Page Experience Score:
- Loading (Largest Contentful Paint, LCP)
- Interactivity (First Input Delay, FID)
- Visual Stability (Cumulative Layout Shift, CLS)
Our May edition ot the All-CMS Meetup is dedicated to this topic. Andrey Lipattsev, partner development manager at Google, gives an introduction to Core Web Vitals, followed by a round of Q+A.
How to join the video talk
The video conferencing solution is a self-hosted BigBlueButton operated on infrastructure with server location in Germany. You only need an up-to-date web browser and ideally a headset. You can participate with your real name or a pseudonym.
The talk is also made available via stream. If you don't want to be "in the picture", watch the stream. The talk will be recorded. If you feel uncomfortable with possibly being "in the picture", please watch the recording. There will be several opportunities to ask questions after the talk as well. Come back here for the recording.
Not familiar with the video conference tool BigBlueButton? Be there 5 minutes before 5:00 pm CEST (Europe/Berlin) to get an on-boarding.
Optional: Get set up in advance for follow-up chats (in CMS Garden's RocketChat)