1. Love your users and your search

    Written by on February 19, 2014 in Design

    One of the most important pages on a site is the page displayed when there aren’t any results for a search. It’s one of the most ignored and least-loved pages. Since it’s just past Valentine’s Day, let’s show the no-results page some love.

  2. Search results page layout

    Written by on October 10, 2005 in Design

    Use absolute positioning and a more logical source order to make forms with optional fields more usable to keyboard users and those using screen readers.

  3. Search form layout

    Written by on in Design, Development

    Use absolute positioning and a more logical source order to make forms with optional fields more usable to keyboard users and those using screen readers.