Kohler is a designer who loves to help people buy more stuff for more money. She recently redesigned her site to help consumers buy better stuff.
Kohler is pretty much the only creator of the internet-based Kohler-factory, and she’s been working on it for almost a year now.
kohler.com is pretty much the only online store that sells all the stuff the company makes. It’s a little frustrating to not have the ability to just click on something and go buy it, but it’s also somewhat of a relief (as if you needed a reason to buy something you really don’t like).
The problem with shopping online is that it’s not really convenient. You can’t just look around and see what you want. You have to go in, go through the checkout, and pay like crazy.
You should be able to find something in the store you care about by looking at the search results. However, you have to deal with a multitude of different search terms. A search that is designed to get you a certain number of hits, and then the next search term that is the same as the last one, is way too much. For example, a search that reads the name of a specific company may only get you 1 hit.
A search for a specific company might get you a hit for every word found on that company. A search that may get you any of the hits that we’re looking for.
You can think of this as the difference between a search engine and a human being. A search engine will rank those searches well. A human being will take a much closer look at those search terms, figure out, “well, I think I’m going to go out and get that one,” and then go out and spend the next hour or so digging up that one company.
You should never ever use search engines in the first place. Search engines are the result of a search engine being run by a human. If that search engine is running some sort of automated process that does not take into account your search terms, a search engine will actually take a look at your search terms. You’re going to have to do some kind of system to handle that, and that process is going to be very slow.
In the case of Kohler, I could not find any negative reviews anywhere to back up my suspicions, but there is a very slim chance that they do. They were just bought by Google last week. If the rumors are true, Google is planning on using Kohler as their “digital” store front for their upcoming store opening. And I seriously doubt that Kohler will ever get its hands on Google.
I dont know about you, but I find it funny that when I go to Kohler I check out the self service counters (which always seem to have a line to get into a store and the employees are never willing to let you in). I always ask the cashier if I can get a free bottle of water and I always get a “yes” even though the answer is “no” just to be safe.