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YouTube for Android revamped with Material Design, finally gets search filtering - VentureBeat

YouTube for Android revamped with Material Design, finally gets search filtering - VentureBeat | Search-UX | Scoop.it
Google today updated YouTube for Android with its Material Design look. You can download the new version directly from Google Play (if you don't see it yet, don't worry, it's rolling out gradually ...
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Reflektion launches visual site search for online retailers - Retail Customer Experience

Reflektion launches visual site search for online retailers - Retail Customer Experience | Search-UX | Scoop.it
The solution is generating an average of 315 percent more revenue per search term compared to standard site search.
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Blog post series: Why You Should Care About Search - The Algolia Blog

Blog post series: Why You Should Care About Search - The Algolia Blog | Search-UX | Scoop.it
Introduction: Search Experience Is The New Frontier for Online Services Our goal at Algolia is to help websites and mobile applications maximize their users’ engagement thanks to a unique built-in search experience.
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Mozilla UX: “Find it Faster: The New Search Interface in Firefox”

Mozilla UX: “Find it Faster: The New Search Interface in Firefox” | Search-UX | Scoop.it
Mozilla UX: “Find it Faster: The New Search Interface in Firefox” http://t.co/SLoyEZWcWI (by me) #fors
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Mozilla spruces up the Firefox search experience as Yahoo moves in - PCWorld

Mozilla spruces up the Firefox search experience as Yahoo moves in - PCWorld | Search-UX | Scoop.it
When Yahoo rolls out as the new search provider for Firefox, Mozilla plans to also introduce a new "one-click search" experience.
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Google Design Minutes — Search: The beauty of speed

Jon Wiley discusses the importance of bringing out the beauty in things as simple as speed. #GoogleDesignMinutes.
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Meet Noah, Interaction Designer for Google Search on iOS

After just three months at Google, Interaction Designer Noah Levin helped change the way our users interact with Google Search on the iPhone and iPad. Learn ...
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IBM PIM - Enhancing the Search Experience with Watson

See how web-like search can improve productivity and the overall PIM experience. Powered by Watson Explorer, the new embedded free text search feature is now...
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How pre-shopping has changed the travel search experience

Gone are the days of walking into a travel agency and saying, "I want to go to Orlando during my Christmas break", then having the agent book the trip based ...
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Designing Search: Displaying Results | UX Magazine

Designing Search: Displaying Results | UX Magazine | Search-UX | Scoop.it

Search is a conversation: a dialogue between user and system that can be every bit as rich as human conversation. Like human dialogue, it is bidirectional: on one side is the user with their information need, which they articulate as some form of query.


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Cisco ISE 1.2 Global Search UX design - Agradoot Ghatak, Principal UX Designer

More ? Find me here : www.uxstudio.in SEARCH is always an essential feature for any software application, but something that we did not have in ISE 1.0. We w...
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UX Week 2011| Adam Goldstein| UX As Product Strategy: Differentiation in a Crowded Market

Hipmunk, a startup in San Francisco, entered the crowded online travel search market in 2010. Their approach was novel: show all the most relevant results on...
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Facebook to debut new search tool, stops using Microsoft Bing to improve search experience

Facebook to debut new search tool, stops using Microsoft Bing to improve search experience | Search-UX | Scoop.it
Facebook Inc. has discontinued showing the search results from Microsoft Bing search engine within its graph search results, bringing the four year partnership …
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Getting started with user experience design - The Next Web

Getting started with user experience design - The Next Web | Search-UX | Scoop.it
The term “user experience,” abbreviated UX, is an often misunderstood and confusing concept for many in the design, development and marketing world.
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Google is enhancing mobile search results for easier holiday shopping

Google is enhancing mobile search results for easier holiday shopping | Search-UX | Scoop.it
Google updated its search engine on Monday to include fancier functions for smartphones and tablets that make your Christmas shopping easier.
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This is how unbelievably gorgeous Google.com would look with a Material Design makeover

This is how unbelievably gorgeous Google.com would look with a Material Design makeover | Search-UX | Scoop.it
The look of Google's new Material Design is regularly praised by users and tech bloggers alike. In fact, we can't remember the last time a user interface has received such universal acclaim right o...
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New Firefox Interface To Offer One-Click Searches - Top Tech News

New Firefox Interface To Offer One-Click Searches - Top Tech News | Search-UX | Scoop.it
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New Firefox Interface To Offer One-Click Searches
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Announced Tuesday on the Mozilla UX blog, the new search interface has met with mixed reviews on the site so far.
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Searching for a Web Design Firm That Understands Search - New York Times (blog)

Searching for a Web Design Firm That Understands Search - New York Times (blog) | Search-UX | Scoop.it
In the end, the owner identified six companies to contact.
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Enrich Search User Experience Using Amazon CloudSearch (SVC302) | AWS re:Invent 2013

Today's applications work across many different data assets - documents stored in Amazon S3, metadata stored in NoSQL data stores, catalogs and orders stored...
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Four Pillars of Designing the Search Experience, Tyler Tate, Twigkit

http://www.lucenerevolution.org Four Pillars of Designing the Search Experience Presented by Tyler Tate, Twigkit Lucene and Solr provide many excellent tools...
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Site search and filtering is still a UX flaw for fashion retailers

Site search and filtering is still a UX flaw for fashion retailers | Search-UX | Scoop.it
Site search and product filters are an important part of the purchase journey and overall user experience on ecommerce sites.

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Microsoft: Improving search experience in Windows 8.1 was an important goal

http://www.winbeta.org/news/microsoft-improving-search-experience-windows-81-was-important-goal.
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User Interface Design in Modern Search Engines - Speckyboy Web Design Magazine

User Interface Design in Modern Search Engines - Speckyboy Web Design Magazine | Search-UX | Scoop.it
The search engine is our best tool for sifting through all of today’s websites. There are billions of domains online and many of them haven’t even been crawled by search engines! Google is certainly the pioneer of this industry.

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