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See how FiboSearch helps users optimize the search experience for their customers. Think of it as a detailed walkthrough of the most important features of FiboSearch.

The best search UX you can offer – learn how to design your store around the search bar and turn visitors into customers

Using search or navigation are two main product finding strategies found in modern e-commerces. Of course, with FiboSearch we take great pride in our search engine. Thus, we want to show you how to use search as the main strategy in your store. Additionally, we will meticulously study navigation as it’s the most popular alternative.

Voice search

Voice search, also called voice-enabled, allows the user to use a voice command to search the Internet, a website, or an app – this quote from Wikipedia should give us a general idea of how the voice may be used for any search-related tasks. With the advent of mobile devices and stationary – all powerful and capable of tapping into AI-aided potential to recognize user voice queries – it’s important to implement such features into modern e-commerces. Here’s our take on this issue.

Pirx – a bean-shaped search bar design you’ll love

Sometimes “the best looking” feature just isn’t good enough for your shop. That’s why we’ve taken up the challenge and designed a brand new design of FiboSearch search bar. We want it to look the exact opposite to our straight and angular Solaris, our default bar – to give it a soft, curvy and rounded feel that blends smoothly into the front of the store. We called it Pirx.

Darkened background

It’s considered a best practice to add some visual distinction to the auto plate suggestions, according to UX gurus at Baymard Institute. Help your customers navigate your store — here’s how to dim the background and focus their attention on autosuggestions.

Lack of queries insight really hurts your sales

One of the greatest things about e-commerce is that, from an owner’s point of view, you can know exactly what your customers search for. There are plenty of custom analytical and diagnostic tools, accompanied by tons of research and data. But what happens when your clients don’t know the exact model of the item they want or simply… make a typo?