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anyone else? 0 9 Jon Plummer December 4, 2008 8:50 pm Wikipedia should have one submit button and NO additional selectors. What they're suggesting makes sense - you want to allow 90% of queries to fit into the search box. –icc97 Jan 22 '16 at 8:39 | show 1 more comment 7 People get to the most likely data AND are able to see alternatives in one operation, without decision-making. 0 10 pickupjojo December 4, 2008 8:56 pm Very nice showcase… Reminds me Rounding the search box Link For some reason, designers still use rounded corners for input fields and submit buttons.
If there's an exact match, provide that page with a sidebar of other search hits. I think it's not a problem if it is somewhere near navigation. Get your ticket now! now i know not to hide the searchbox :D 0 7 dEnE December 4, 2008 7:00 pm Great Post! https://emilysingley.wordpress.com/2012/01/10/too-many-search-boxes-a-library-website-usability-study-part-2/
Search Box = Input Field + Submit Button Link And this is where the design of the search box becomes important. Once inside, you’ll get info cards that are ostensibly relevant to your interests: weather, travel info from your inbox, and news stories you might care about. Share this:TweetMoreShare on TumblrPrintEmailLike this:Like Loading... never paid much attention to it.
This worked really well for us, but it depends on some additional criteria such as: How you are wanting users to use your search How much content you have to search Designing The Holy Search Box: Examples And Best Practices By György Fekete December 4th, 2008 SearchShowcasesUser Interaction 77 Comments On content-heavy websites, the search box is often the most frequently used Remember, the submit button is a button, which means it should be designed like one. Search Search for: Emily Singley on Twitter Boston College Library featured in Springshare's best website picks #libux community.libguides.com/?action=5 8monthsago RT @StevenPChang: "patrons struggled [with] jargon, inconsistent language & visual clutter" -
Although the placement of the search box is fine, it is easy to overlook, which is not a good thing. The consequence is a poor navigation scheme that is more irritating than helpful, because the content appears to be scattered all over the place instead of contained in separate, very distinct Related Articles How To Use Shadows And Blur Effects In Modern UI Design Getting Started With VR Interface Design How To Design Effective Mobile Landing Pages 77 Comments 1 steph December clock menu more-arrow Log In or Sign Up Log In Sign Up Tech Science Culture Cars Reviews Longform Video Circuit Breaker Forums TL;DR more Tech Apple Google Microsoft Apps Photography Virtual
- Using a magnifying glass Link Over the last decade, the magnifying glass has become a conventional icon for search and is still used very often when designers want to communicate the
- The box must be clearly visible, quickly recognizable and easy to use.
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- It matters of the design! 0 22 Allan December 5, 2008 3:44 am Very cool.
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- This is kind of ironic.. :) 0 53 Sammy January 17, 2010 3:55 am Very good!
Browse other questions tagged search input-fields or ask your own question. But say on a site where no one has heard of, search might not be as valuable. –Majo0od Jan 21 '16 at 13:43 3 My personal gripe is when a asked 1 year ago viewed 4265 times active 1 year ago Blog Podcast #103: Grandma, is that you? In such cases as seen in many sites a simple search icon which expands to a small sized search box can also be used.
Can I use two 7805 ICs in parallel to get double current capacity? Thanks for sharing it with us. 0 55 gul February 6, 2010 5:33 am very nice article but plz tell me about google search box how to use dis correctly 0 In these situations, the submit button is often given a more vivid color or unusual shape. The idea was compelling: Google could read your screen and figure out what you care about on it, then perform a search on that thing.
My hypothesis was that reducing the size of an already gigantic search bar by 20% would not reduce usage as it would have still been the most visually prominent item in You can hit a menu item to open it in Chrome, or just close the window, or hit the “Recents” button to see all your app windows — including your search. I hate to put a hard rule on any behavioral factor; a good test carries a lot more authority than instinct and experience. In general, search boxes are better too wide than too short, so that users can quickly review, verify and submit the query.
If you use this feature, make sure to state as much next to the search box. Another case where a big search box could be used is when the audience is not very internet literate, and the search is a main navigation mean for the service. I have highlighted single queries and words but I cannot delete them.
And also: does Google care that the experience is so wildly different across these different methods?
This seemed like an overkill to me so I proposed to reduce the width of the search bar by some 100-200 pixels. How can I reliably catch fish without drowning? Because users first look at navigation and if they can't find where they want to go they might use the search… as this is also mentioned in many usability posts all Related This entry was posted in Academic library, Discovery tool, Libraries, Library websites, Usability, Websites and tagged academic libraries, discovery tool, Encore, libraries, usability, websites.
I work for a recipe site and we launched a new site last year which had a whole redesign. Unless you have a pretty detailed knowledge of how Android’s multitasking works and are adept at finding your place, you’re likely to lose something into the ether of Android’s multitasking interface. The sidebar size is long. Using the site is easy and fun.
thanks 2 2 Mattias December 4, 2008 3:44 pm Quite inspiring. These results technically appear in the Google App, which is different than just using Google in the Chrome browser. facebook shows text and images, and group the results by category. A search box should be simple.
Back to top BC AdBot (Login to Remove) BleepingComputer.com Register to remove ads #2 Orange Blossom Orange Blossom OBleepin Investigator Moderator 35,765 posts OFFLINE Gender:Not Telling Location:Bloomington, IN Local The size and (perhaps more importantly) the placement should be determined based on it's relevance to the overall product experience or business value. For example, when you say ‘Hello’, where search will provide a set of web results, the Assistant will respond in a more natural, conversational manner. I will be also likely to create a blog article about this… thank you -1 69 Chris Morris November 14, 2011 7:40 pm This is a great article!