At a party, it’s not rare to get to a point in the conversation where you are unsure of the facts. We can either sit and ponder for hours, or we can pick up the smartphone and find the answer. That’s how it should work at the workplace as well. Lately, there have been some [...]
Here at Comperio we love making design logical. But how do we combine logical design with design that is innovative and modern – design that makes your product stand out more than your competitors product? First of all: How do we define the term logical design? By logical design we mean graphic design with the user [...]
Technology has no inherent business value. Technology doesn’t provide improved findabiliy, decision-making or knowledge management by itself. Technology just provides features that help users perform tasks, thereby reaching their goals. Only when user goals and business goals align, can you hope to create business value. Without people, there is no purpose – and without purpose, [...]
Is it possible to see which design is most credible by noting what the big, well-known advertisers do? Or are we just left with a recipe for most common solution? These days I’m working on a project here at Comperio. A project in which I need to know how the companies we compare ourselves with presents them [...]
Update: Aug 5th 2012 A live demo of asynchronous search results with JQuery, Solr, Json and Ajax can now be found here There are many reasons to load search results asynchronously- most of the big searchy dotcoms are going in this direction with Google, Facebook and Twitter all relying heavily on ajax to render their [...]
What is more important: Great design or usability? I’m just kidding! They’re both equally important, and can easily be combined.
…and how the hidden web can be revealed In the current flame war between Google and Bing, there is a good amount of pie-throwing going on around the internet. But in the process, some very interesting tech stuff has surfaced as well. We’ve got a glimpse on one of the many components Bing is using [...]
(This post is cross posted from Tech and Me) A comment from a colleague on my previous blog post, “XSLT creation revisited for SharePoint 2010 Search and a small search tip”, asked how I would do blended search results in SharePoint Search. I have come up with three ways of doing this, where I will [...]