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Pre-built front-end components

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Increase your online revenue with the leading AI-powered ecommerce search solution

Create intelligent, personalized ecommerce site Search and Discovery experiences that shoppers love.

UI building blocks

UI components

Build your front end using pre-built components for instant search, auto-complete, recommendations and more. Customize your user experience with little effort.

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Utilize pre-built templates for your user interface and customize them as you see fit. UI templates are a great way to start with the full experience with an option to keep refining it.

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Ecommerce_Search_Discovery_UI_Kit

Ecommerce Search & Discovery UI Kit

  • Mobile First with rich experiences on larger device screens

  • Neutral UI and modular components that are customizable to your brand

  • UI/UX best practices from Algolia’s expertise backed by research and guidelines from industry leaders (Google’s UX playbook, Baymard Institute)

pwa-illustration

PWA headless UI storefront built in React and Next JS

  • Get inspired and cherry pick building blocks using React InstantSearch and Autocomplete

  • Optimized to deliver the best experience on both Mobile & Desktop

  • Incorporate Algolia Search & Discovery building blocks (Incl AI features)

  • SEO, performance, customization, PWA, accessibility

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    Lorna Rivera

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