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Critique the Professionals
When you go to www.google.com in Google Chrome and start typing into the search box, which is in the middle of the screen, as soon as you start typing Google Chrome is moving your search text into the address bar while you type. When other browsers are used the search box itself is moved to the top of the page while you type.
I understand that they want to keep the search box on the screen when the results are displayed but if that is the case wouldn't it be a much better design decision to place it at the top by default or wait until you're done typing and press enter to move it instead of moving it while you type?
In short, isn't it a major design and usability flaw to move the text the user is typing to a different location while the user is typing the text?
It also, stores the memory of your searches as soon as you type one letter.
There are two types of google search boxes that appear in google chrome. The chrome google search box appears when you open a new tab, which is the chrome address field, replicated in the middle of the screen.
The second type appears when you go to www.google.com, which is the google website search box. The google website search box moves at the top of the page because this is necessary for the instant search to work properly.
I also find this confusing, especially when I use the chrome google search box, but this is the cost for the extra functionality they provide us.