Image optimization is both an art and a science because there are no one definitive guidelines for the best compression of individual images, and a science because there are methods for the compression of digital images.
Considerations you should keep in mind as you edit your images: Prefer vector formats: vector files are resolution and scale independent, which make them ideal for multi-device and high resolution printers. Minification and Compression of SVG assets. Most drawing applications create unnecessary metadata which can be removed. Ensure that your server’s configuration is to apply GZIP compression of SVG assets.
Determine your functional needs and select the format that best fits each asset. It is very important to experiment with optimal quality settings for raster formats, as the results can be excellent and byte savings can be significant. Reduce unnecessary metadata such as meta data about the image such as GPS location and data about the camera. Use the right software to optimize the data.
Serve images which are resized and have ‘display’ size values as close as possible to the ‘natural’ size of the image. Keep your attention to the large images, as they are the most expensive to shift in scale. Invest in automation tools that will ensure that all of your image assets are always optimally optimized. What is your response? Do you want to ask anything?