find

16 Aug 2010 - 6:48pm
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4 years ago
2 replies
CarolR
2009

Terminology - See vs. View, Find vs. Search

Does anybody have research showing which terms are better for call to action on a website that we can use consistently across tasks? I'm talking about action within the site, so the link would say either "Search for a gold parachute" or "Find a gold parachute."

Terms we're interested in:

  • FInd vs. Search
  • See vs. View

 

Thanks!

18 Jan 2010 - 9:07am
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4 years ago
10 replies
parth
2010

Browse or Search

Hello,

I am working on a digital music site and today our team got into a
debate regarding the functionality of 'Browsing Artist -
Alphabetically' on the Homepage.

Although our Search functionality is pretty tight with predictive
drop-down with first 3 characters and refreshes as the user types in,
we were thinking if Browse Artist by Alphabetical order can give that
value in discovering new Artists..

Most of the music sites (Mog, emusic and so on..) has the Browse
Artist with Alphabetical order, I still wonder what kind of use cases
would strongly demand Browsing Artists by Alphabetical or

21 Sep 2008 - 11:41pm
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5 years ago
9 replies
Sachin Ghodke
2008

Hit button for Search

I am working on a website where the feature "Search" is part of an important
way to navigate through the website. What I want to know is what is the best
button option to use for the "Search". Which of these - "GO" or "magnifying
glass icon" or "arrow" or "FIND" - is the right choice and why? Or do you
have more suggestions on this?

Thank you
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Sachin Ghodke

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