I want results, not a results page

At the UX Lisbon conference, I was lucky enough to catch Kristoffer Dyrkorn’s talk on search design.

In his talk, Kristoffer discussed how we might change our usual approach to the search paradigm, and try to get a result to the user as quickly as possible, instead of just presenting them with a long list of results to trawl through.

He suggests that we put more effort into the designing the stages where the users visualise and clarify the results they are shown, and make it easier for them to home in on the information they want, without the “noise” of erroneous results.

Download Kristoffer’s presentation slides (Powerpoint)

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