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Designing the Search Experience: The Information Architecture of Discovery (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 19. Dezember 2012


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""Tony Russell-Rose and Tyler Tate are industry veterans in when it comes to search user experience. They offer a great overview of the dimensions of information-seeking behavior: users, goals, context, and search modes. More importantly, they explain how you can apply these dimensions in designing a compelling search experience for your users." "-Daniel Tunkelang, Principal Data Scientist at LinkedIn

""Search is among the most disruptive innovations of our time, and in myriad contexts from e-commerce and enterprise to mobile and social, it remains a massive user experience headache. If you dare to tackle this wicked problem, be sure to bring along" Designing the Search Experience "as your faithful guide." "-Peter Morville, author of "Search Patterns: Design for Discovery"

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" this book sets an extremely high benchmark in terms of insight, advice and presentation. The key achievement of the authors is that they have taken the wealth of research into how people search and matched it with their experience ofdesigning search interfaces The authors bridge the all-too-wide chasm between information retrieval and enterprise search in a way that I find deeply satisfying and very stimulating It is a book that demands respectful reading and not just a quick browse looking for interesting design patterns."--Intranetfocus.com, February 8, 2013 """Tony Russell-Rose and Tyler Tate are industry veterans in when it comes to search user experience. They offer a great overview of the dimensions of information-seeking behavior: users, goals, context, and search modes. More importantly, they explain how you can apply these dimensions in designing a compelling search experience for your users."-"-Daniel Tunkelang, Principal Data Scientist at LinkedIn ""Search is among the most disruptive innovations of our time, and in myriad contexts from e-commerce and enterprise to mobile and social, it remains a massive user experience headache. If you dare to tackle this wicked problem, be sure to bring along" Designing the Search Experience "as your faithful guide.""--Peter Morville, author of "Search Patterns: Design for Discovery""

" this book sets an extremely high benchmark in terms of insight, advice and presentation. The key achievement of the authors is that they have taken the wealth of research into how people search and matched it with their experience ofdesigning search interfaces The authors bridge the all-too-wide chasm between information retrieval and enterprise search in a way that I find deeply satisfying and very stimulating It is a book that demands respectful reading and not just a quick browse looking for interesting design patterns." --Intranetfocus.com, February2013

"Tony Russell-Rose and Tyler Tate are industry veterans in when it comes to search user experience. They offer a great overview of the dimensions of information-seeking behavior: users, goals, context, and search modes. More importantly, they explain how you can apply these dimensions in designing a compelling search experience for your users." --Daniel Tunkelang, Principal Data Scientist at LinkedIn

"Search is among the most disruptive innovations of our time, and in myriad contexts from e-commerce and enterprise to mobile and social, it remains a massive user experience headache. If you dare to tackle this wicked problem, be sure to bring along "Designing the Search Experience" as your faithful guide." --Peter Morville, author of Search Patterns: Design for Discovery"

" this book sets an extremely high benchmark in terms of insight, advice and presentation. The key achievement of the authors is that they have taken the wealth of research into how people search and matched it with their experience ofdesigning search interfaces The authors bridge the all-too-wide chasm between information retrieval and enterprise search in a way that I find deeply satisfying and very stimulating It is a book that demands respectful reading and not just a quick browse looking for interesting design patterns." --Intranetfocus.com, February2013

"Tony Russell-Rose and Tyler Tate are industry veterans in when it comes to search user experience. They offer a great overview of the dimensions of information-seeking behavior: users, goals, context, and search modes. More importantly, they explain how you can apply these dimensions in designing a compelling search experience for your users." --Daniel Tunkelang, Principal Data Scientist at LinkedIn

"Search is among the most disruptive innovations of our time, and in myriad contexts from e-commerce and enterprise to mobile and social, it remains a massive user experience headache. If you dare to tackle this wicked problem, be sure to bring along Designing the Search Experience as your faithful guide." --Peter Morville, author of Search Patterns: Design for Discovery

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..".this book sets an extremely high benchmark in terms of insight, advice and presentation. The key achievement of the authors is that they have taken the wealth of research into how people search...and matched it with their experience of designing search interfaces...The authors bridge the all-too-wide chasm between information retrieval and enterprise search...in a way that I find deeply satisfying and very stimulating...It is a book that demands respectful reading and not just a quick browse looking for interesting design patterns." --Intranetfocus.com, February 2013

"Tony Russell-Rose and Tyler Tate are industry veterans in when it comes to search user experience. They offer a great overview of the dimensions of information-seeking behavior: users, goals, context, and search modes. More importantly, they explain how you can apply these dimensions in designing a compelling search experience for your users." --Daniel Tunkelang, Principal Data Scientist at LinkedIn

"Search is among the most disruptive innovations of our time, and in myriad contexts from e-commerce and enterprise to mobile and social, it remains a massive user experience headache. If you dare to tackle this wicked problem, be sure to bring along Designing the Search Experience as your faithful guide." --Peter Morville, author of Search Patterns: Design for Discovery



-...this book sets an extremely high benchmark in terms of insight, advice and presentation. The key achievement of the authors is that they have taken the wealth of research into how people search...and matched it with their experience of designing search interfaces...The authors bridge the all-too-wide chasm between information retrieval and enterprise search...in a way that I find deeply satisfying and very stimulating...It is a book that demands respectful reading and not just a quick browse looking for interesting design patterns.- --Intranetfocus.com, February 2013

-Tony Russell-Rose and Tyler Tate are industry veterans in when it comes to search user experience. They offer a great overview of the dimensions of information-seeking behavior: users, goals, context, and search modes. More importantly, they explain how you can apply these dimensions in designing a compelling search experience for your users.- --Daniel Tunkelang, Principal Data Scientist at LinkedIn

-Search is among the most disruptive innovations of our time, and in myriad contexts from e-commerce and enterprise to mobile and social, it remains a massive user experience headache. If you dare to tackle this wicked problem, be sure to bring along Designing the Search Experience as your faithful guide.- --Peter Morville, author of Search Patterns: Design for Discovery

Über den Autor und weitere Mitwirkende

Tony Russell-Rose is director of UXLabs, a UX research and design consultancy specializing in complex search and information access applications. Before founding UXLabs he was Manager of User Experience at Endeca and editor of the Endeca UI Design Pattern Library, an online resource dedicated to best practice in the design of search and discovery experiences. Prior to this he was technical lead at Reuters, specializing in advanced user interfaces for information access and search. And before Reuters he was R&D group manager at Canon Research Centre Europe, where he led a team developing next generation information access products and services. Earlier professional experience includes a Royal Academy of Engineering fellowship at HP Labs working on speech UIs for mobile devices, and a Short-term Research Fellowship at BT Labs working on intelligent agents for information retrieval. His academic qualifications include a PhD in human-computer interaction, an MSc in cognitive psychology and a first degree in engineering, majoring in human factors. He also holds the position of Honorary Visiting Fellow at the Centre for Interactive Systems Research, City University, London. He is currently vice-chair of the BCS Information Retrieval group and chair of the IEHF Human-Computer Interaction group.


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