You just created the perfect NFT gallery. But it’s getting slower the more NFTs you add and the color is not as sharp as what you originally designed. What gives?
In our talk, I will show you how to improve NFT image performance for Web 3.0. Using images from my Opensea gallery, I will do a side-by-side performance and image quality comparison between the original image, a resized image, and a fully optimized image. Spoiler alert: the differences are huge. The next part will be quick. I will show you how to connect to an optimization API in minutes. This will be done using Next.js and imgix.
After this demo, you will be able to manage, optimize and deliver an image NFT from the moment of creation to delivering it to your gallery visitors.
April 12 at 1:25pm to 2:10pm EDT.
Lawrence Neyman is a Customer Success Manager at imgix with a focus on improving performance for media and NFT websites. He is passionate about web3, crypto, and other emerging technologies. He is a collector of illiquid NFTs and an amateur beer league hockey player in San Francisco.