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Back again with more on images, performance and accessibility!

Back again with more on images, performance and accessibility!
By Duncan Mackenzie • Issue #11 • View online
I finally updated my own blog to support multiple image formats, so it seems appropriate to just keep pushing on the topic of bandwidth and performance. Don’t forget to scroll all the way down, as there’s a great accessibility focused article at the end! Forward this along to folks on your team if you think they’d appreciate it.

🔻𝗝𝗼𝗻 𝗦𝗻𝗲𝘆𝗲𝗿𝘀🔻
#AVIF can reach the perceptual quality of a bad q20 jpeg in only half the bytes.
#JXL cannot do that (yet?), but it can reach the perceptual quality of a good q80 jpeg in only half the bytes — which is something AVIF cannot (yet?) do.

(thanks for the meme, @_190n) https://t.co/DeI5mS8zVY
Addy Osmani
AVIF is an image format that can compress up to 50% smaller than JPEG & 20% smaller than WebP. In Chrome, coming to Firefox & has a few 🔧 options: https://t.co/3LYadoEnWO, https://t.co/2PEftwW3P3, https://t.co/lilf8U0Vbz https://t.co/qTvEMetNyR
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