We are filtering some job posts by their salary range, the range has definite steps (for instance $60K-$80K, $80K+, Up to $60K). For filtering results which approach is better? Creating a salary ...
E-Commerce sites such as Amazon have faceted search, where the user can refine a set of products based on values or value ranges for certain criteria. While that is a fantastic feature, I find it odd ...
I am redesigning a shopping experience for food delivery, and I have come across this situation where I want to display the price of an item inside the menu, but Price may vary depending on specific ...
This question is related to how to effectively show pricing information. The product I sell have a retail price, a product price (at certain discount off the retail price) and an offer price(which is ...
When displaying prices (where lower prices are better) in a chart, should the lower price be at the top or bottom? I'm asking, because usually higher placement = better result, but it's ...
I've got a use case where the user wants to get a price based on a specific number of units as opposed to a typical straight cost/sale scenario. The backend manages the number crunching/heavy lifting ...
When comparing a front-end jquery slider widget against a list of links that filter by price range, within the context of faceted searches that reduce the number of items in a catalogue, which of the ...