Monthly Archives: November 2010

Search Panel Concept

Right now, using the search bar in Firefox feels like using two separate interfaces. The search bar has it’s controls and the search page you’re sent to has it’s own controls. The search page invariably has the most complete and … Continue reading

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Update: New Set of Mockups on Flickr

I’ve uploaded the images of my search client redesign on Flickr. I will try to better explain them in post sometime soon; for now there’s the image descriptions. Here’s a link: http://www.flickr.com/photos/55481031@N04/sets/72157625302472285

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Rethinking my Search Client Concept

Since I saw RockMelt’s Search Overlay I’ve been doing some rethinking on my search concept. I noticed their features were made to help users search faster. While my features were mostly about decentralizing search by supporting the OpenSearch specifications. So … Continue reading

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Does Rockmelt have dropdown search results?

In my original post on search client I talked about a feature where the search box, instead of taking you to Google, would instead show you a dropdown list of results.¬†Well, it seems that the developers of RockMelt have thought … Continue reading

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Filter Search and Customize

Some things I haven’t really gone into are advanced search features and customization. Gear (Tools?) Menu: Filter Search Dialog: First lets look at the “Filter Search” dialog.¬†This should look kind of familiar for those who’ve used the “Advanced Search” link … Continue reading

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