Category Archives: Facets

UX Fest Feb 2011 – Four Workshops With William Hudson and James Kalbach

I’m proud to be part of William Hudson’s UX Fest in London in February 2011. We’re planning 4 workshops in all: Dynamic User Experience: Ajax Design & Usability, 07-Feb-11 (William Hudson) Agile User Experience & UCD, 08-Feb-11 (William Hudson) Designing Web

UX Fest Feb 2011 – Four Workshops With William Hudson and James Kalbach

I’m proud to be part of William Hudson’s UX Fest in London in February 2011. We’re planning 4 workshops in all: Dynamic User Experience: Ajax Design & Usability, 07-Feb-11 (William Hudson) Agile User Experience & UCD, 08-Feb-11 (William Hudson) Designing Web

Faceted Navigation: Grouping – An UnTapped Potential?

In the broadest sense of the term, “relevance” in information seeking is difficult to pin down. If we say information is “relevant,” we also need to ask to whom is it relevant, which parts, in which context, and for what

Faceted Navigation: Grouping – An UnTapped Potential?

In the broadest sense of the term, “relevance” in information seeking is difficult to pin down. If we say information is “relevant,” we also need to ask to whom is it relevant, which parts, in which context, and for what

Faceted Navigation: SEO and Facets

Faceted navigation, when done well, can help customers find what they are looking for quicker and in a more satisfying way. This is good for business and for the bottom line. After all, customers can’t buy what they can’t find.

Faceted Navigation: SEO and Facets

Faceted navigation, when done well, can help customers find what they are looking for quicker and in a more satisfying way. This is good for business and for the bottom line. After all, customers can’t buy what they can’t find.

Faceted Navigation: Typical Structures for Values

Facets are categories that describe the properties of an object or collection of objects. Facet categories then have values. In faceted navigation schemes, the values are the things you click on to navigate to a set of items or to

Faceted Navigation: Typical Structures for Values

Facets are categories that describe the properties of an object or collection of objects. Facet categories then have values. In faceted navigation schemes, the values are the things you click on to navigate to a set of items or to

Faceted Navigation: Bring Back the Dead Ends (post by Pete Bell)

Pete Bell, from Endeca, makes an interesting observation about greying out non-relevant options when filtering with facets instead of hiding them. See his post “Search Facets: Bring Back the Dead Ends.” His example comes from the B&H Photo website, and

Faceted Navigation: Bring Back the Dead Ends (post by Pete Bell)

Pete Bell, from Endeca, makes an interesting observation about greying out non-relevant options when filtering with facets instead of hiding them. See his post “Search Facets: Bring Back the Dead Ends.” His example comes from the B&H Photo website, and

Faceted Navigation: Layout and Display of Facets

This is part of a series of posts on faceted navigation design. Previous related posts include “Showing More Values Part 1” and “Part 2.” Also look out for posts written after this one. Overall, my interest in faceted navigation stems

Faceted Navigation: Layout and Display of Facets

This is part of a series of posts on faceted navigation design. Previous related posts include “Showing More Values Part 1” and “Part 2.” Also look out for posts written after this one. Overall, my interest in faceted navigation stems

Faceted Navigation: Showing More Values part 2

This is an update and extension to a previous post on showing more values in faceted navigation. First, I’d like to add one more approach to showing more values. 7. Overlay Dialog Window Clicking a “more” link or “show all”

Faceted Navigation: Showing More Values part 2

This is an update and extension to a previous post on showing more values in faceted navigation. First, I’d like to add one more approach to showing more values. 7. Overlay Dialog Window Clicking a “more” link or “show all”