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accepted What do you call this ux pattern for search fields?
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comment Begin the column at the top of the title or at the top of the first main content text block?
What do you mean with the term "Teaser"?
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comment How many more people do I reach if we build a website that reaches WCAG Level AAA?
Yes, I know. Our target audience is very broad so thats why I want to start with general numbers.
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comment Can we expect users to close popovers by just clicking away?
Well written but do we have any user research to back these rules up?
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comment Adjusting website content according to searched query from Google / external search engine
Well, it was the only search engine we experimentet with.
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comment Adjusting website content according to searched query from Google / external search engine
Yes, we experimented with this like 10 years ago. Didn't measure the results (this was pre Google Analytics so all analytics software were very expensive). We took a bunch of search queried that contained the brand name and a product category and placed short cuts to those categories "above the fold". Worked like a charm and I believed it counts as good usability. What I've understood Google has changed this so we cant parse the queries anymore.