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We might not realize it, but as developers, we build inaccessible websites all the time. It's not for the lack of care or talent though - it's a matter of doing things the wrong way. This book explains how we can craft accessible interfaces without extra effort - and what front-end design patterns we can use to create inclusive experiences.
A stunning UI design pattern is quintessential to everything, be it a website, an app or any other product. A thoughtfully planned design not only feels obvious but also allows for effortless interaction with the user interface, adding to the user experience.
Over the past few years we've seen a drastic improvement in search interfaces. The development of ugly search boxes and incomprehensible search result screens should now (hopefully) be a thing of the past. New search UI's are designed and developed daily, that are crisp, clean, well thought out, and really help guide users to the information they're looking for. Search based concepts and technologies are finally starting to be properly recognized as being as important as the content they're put in place to help discover. A clean, well thought out search user interface not only makes a large difference in helping users navigate site information, but also goes a long ways towards bringing users back for more.
So we know that well thought out, clean and visually appealing search user interfaces are important, but where do we turn for design inspiration? How do we keep track of what search design patterns exist, and how these design patterns can be incorporated into search based user interfaces? Great questions! It just so happens we ask ourselves these same questions almost daily. To help answer these questions, we keep our eyes on a few different top-notch online search UI design pattern resources. We turn to these sites quite frequently, when looking for ideas to present to clients for search interface components, and when we want to see how other people are addressing common search related navigation issues. Here are what we consider to be the top 10 search related design pattern and showcase sites out there.
Over the past 15 years Hugh has worked on just about every kind of software design, development and maintenance project. Using his thorough technology experience, and developed search expertise, Hugh helps Norconex deliver successful search implementations. Hugh currently holds the position of Vice-President of Infrastructure at Norconex.
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