Upworthy, a media site focused on viral social content, noticed that many of its low-performing pages were being slowed down by poorly-optimized images. The team decided to standardize image processing on imgix, eliminating image handling work for its editorial team and speeding up its site. After implementing imgix, its bounce rate decreased by as much as 50 percent on most pages.Read the Case Study
Other Social Media & Sharing Customers
Unsplash is an industry-leading free stock photography site serving stunning imagery from a community of photographers around the world.Read the Case Study
Kickstarter helps bring creative projects to life via crowdfunding, powered by user-uploaded images and video.Read the Case Study
Exposure gives photographers a platform to create and distribute beautiful, rich photo stories worldwide.Read the Case Study
Upworthy’s mission is to publish and promote stories that connect and inspire people via text, compelling visuals, and video.Read the Case Study
As the “front page of the internet,” Reddit hosts a wide range of user-uploaded images and GIFs for a diverse collection of community discussions.
Product Hunt makes finding out about the coolest new products and online services easier than ever.
Talk to Us About Your Image Needs
Fast-loading, quality images are a requirement for any website, not just those in these industries. imgix serves over 3 billion images daily for customers of all sizes, so get in touch to find out how we can help you manage and future-proof your image infrastructure.