Thursday, May 11th, 2006

Watch Browser

Category: Showcase, Usability

Here’s a nice product browser focused on one thing: watches. Creator Edward Ackroyd explains:

http://watch-browser.com is a new interactive way to search for wrist
watches. It combines AJAX and the amazon.com watch database to provide
an easy and quick way to find the watch you are looking for. Main
features are:

– See results as to type search keywords
– Auto complete brand filter
– Minimum/Maximum price slider
– Category filter and sorting options

IO and event management is implemented using http://dojotoolkit.org/
and the price slider is from the http://www.zapatec.com/ AJAX suite.

Like Amazon Zuggest and Amazon’s own Diamond Search, it’s a good example of how Ajax lets you combine search with browsing.

Posted by Michael Mahemoff at 10:21 am
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really nice way query optimiser and not a scoll bar in sight when you resize the page

Comment by slyi — May 11, 2006

That´s a very neat tool. It gives you a dropdown list of all brands as well. Great Ajax application.

Comment by Highroller — May 12, 2006

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