Unified search boxes work best when searching the pages of an app/site such as on social networks where you can search for posts, groups, users, etc which all have their own page. These search boxes should provide a dropdown selection of potential targets for the user and resolve to a search results page.
For filtering a dataset, it is a better idea to ...
Quick clarification: you mentioned in the title that it's a date and time picker, but the description only mentions a week picker. Could you clarify which features you need, and an example?
In the meantime, here's a quick example of a week picker, which might be easier for older audiences to use, for a couple reasons:
It is visually similar to a paper ...
It's also worth considering the issues of displaying availability.
Socially we live in time (year, month, week, day, hour, minute, second)
You mentioned that you are only interested in weeks
1 - 2 - 3 week in a year (Monday-Friday) - what about weekends?
If You automate smaller values, the user can only choose the week of availability (days, hours, ...
Not surprisingly this question should be answered in the context of either the problem you are trying to solve or the purpose of wanting to expose the score.
Short answer - it can be, with the emphasis on CAN (and not will)
If the problem is that users don't have a more effective way to sifting through the information, exposing the score ...
I assume you had spent some time with the mechanics observing their actions and interviewed them for some tips on the system. This is very valuable input.
But aside from this, think about the following user journey:
the mechanic types in 3 digits of the bike number - now the basic info on the bike can be obtained - display it and it will serve as ...