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Faceted navigation serves two purposes: Allows users to refine/filter results to better find what they're looking for Exposes the breadth and type of results by providing aggregate information about the content and how it's organized (this benefit is more realized if result counts are provided alongside each of the options) Two research papers support ...


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The best practice I've used and observed elsewhere is to expose all available filters that are valid for the search, but collapse those that are rarely used. The LinkedIn search is an example of this tactic: I was surprised that BestBuy isn't doing anything in this area. If you provide a query with matches in many different categories, they fully expose ...


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What you are trying to do is show the magnitude of flow or the transfer of flow within a system. In your case, search results Between A to Z, where the sub systems can be A to D, E to G, H to Q, Q to Z; and by using a funnel you can show with hierarchy how you got the 100% for A to Z from the sub systems. I'd argue you that this type of a visualization ...


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Why not use the Venn diagram. Easyish to grasp, a bit harder to ignore if big. Scalable if you include the result counts and if there isn't that many search terms. download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups Or if the search terms return results that have been already filtered out. download bmml source BONUS Using ...


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No, it shouldn't. The query action is on the search button, what you're editing is the query string performed by that action, so without performing that action again, nothing happens, and nothing should happen, this is the correct behavior. Furthermore, the affordance for the url bar is that nothing happens unless you perform an action, otherwise you'd get ...



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