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You're right, having two search bars isn't just, not visually appealing, it also can be a little confusing. You can try displaying options of where to search after the user has actually clicked on the search field/button, something like


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I would create a tag (badge) for each chosen filter. So you have a good overview of the current filter setup and are able to deselect/clear filter options with the "X". So you put the dropdown selection and text input value filter options on the same level of interaction. download bmml source – Wireframes created with Balsamiq Mockups


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Short Term Trend spamming probably wont be a problem early on, you'll have trusted users who'll build good content. At the start the people using your site will be early adopters, supportive friends and product evangelists who will be more interested in using your product rather than trying to spam with it I'd advise that in early stages you concentrate on ...


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The convention on search result pages is to present the actual content looking almost the same. The reason behind it is that's it easier to scan content and find keywords representing the thing the user is searching for. Filtering search shouldn't be done in the actual result list but in a faceted navigation tool to the left of the search result listing. ...


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Grid views can indeed allow for bigger thumbnails - although not necessarily, as the height of a row on a list view could be the same height as a cell in a grid view. The main differences, IMHO, are: Grid view offers a greater number of thumbnails to the user, at any one time, than list view given the same screen real estate. This is because a list view ...


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How about one search field and two search buttons, one for the global search and the other one for the current section? Another way to do that that could be worthwhile considering is using some sort of selector, before the search field, to explain the search being made. This is the way Amazon support searches. To be honest, Amazon has a number of sections ...


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You could do something like this with a multiple selection + filter to search in your list.



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