It makes all the sense there is one doesn't have to sacrifice design as such just some optimisations or other things available to us, and page loading speed is one of the essential core web vitals now that Google for one use to help them index a site for ranking, along with " accessibility for all" which includes mobile users who may still be using low band width not necessarily unlimited . Chris is a professional designer and developer who would at least be able to assess how small changes improvements etc can give his clients the best chance there is, that's why we let people know constructively.
Just as an example, (and I am not suggesting you do this
I wouldn't dream of it) but your large hero image of that turntable thingy is over 1mg in size, with just a simple optimisation, to change it to WEBP format can result in a massive 94%
reduction in file size without losing any quality in appearance, which obviously reduces page loading time.
Chris has a few images that could be slowing down the loading speed for some possible visitors/potential clients for his client's site, a simple check to see if optimising them may improve things without losing quality or changes to the design.
Eric is in Germany and although not as bad as here, it was sufficient enough for him to mention it to Chris.
Chris as Eric & I said in the beginning, https://www.chimpandzee.co.za/
NIce Site, is just a little slow at loading.
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