A simple and yet in-depth way to help you navigate technologies and figure out which cater to your needs based on the best algorithm to calculate the score and present all the details in a user friendly and interactive comparison table.
The main focus of this project for the time being is going towards WordPress and some personal & professional tech products.
Remembering the first seen products and each feature they provide.Hint: that’s the worst problem of all.
A comparison table.
Hard to remember each feature belongs to which product.
Sticky product name (Freeze the top row of the table).
Very hard to remember which feature value belongs to which feature name.
Freeze the Feature name column when scrolling horizontally.
Hard for the eyes (and for the horizontal scrolling hand) to compare/jump from features of for ex. the product1 to features of product4 to features of product9 all at the same time.
You can select the products you want to compare and click the “Filter” button located on top of the table, only selected products will appear side by side.
Feature value cells can have long text, image and videos.
Keep the cells clean with only one or few words/symbols.
No explanation for each feature.
Click/tap the feature that has an "i" icon, the explanation will appear on the side, supports long text and multimedia content.
More unnecessary vertical and horizontal scrolling = Redundancy.
These features are presented separately from the table in a section (after the table) called "Common Features".
A way to display the feature quality without crowding the table.
Feature quality indicator.
We still count the feature’s existence and its quality in the product’s overall score/rating.
Introducing: feature importance/relevancy indicator, we take into account the importance of each feature for a more accurate overall product score, but that might change based on your particular needs.
Hard to tell which product’s feature is better than other product’s feature from the first glance.
Colored text/icons: accent color = good, orange = not bad, red = bad.
It’s hard to understand the meaning of some used symbols.
That’s why there’s a "Legend" following you as long as you’re scrolling the table, you can access it by clicking/tapping on it, it is located on the top left of the table.
Sometimes clarification is a must to lessen/eliminate many questions, but no way to add these notes in a per cell basis.
When there are any additional notes, you should find a section called "Additional notes" located right under the table.
I’m new to this topic, and I have some questions that might sound naive and irrelevant.
We included a section called "FAQ" just for this reason.
I, Mohamed Lebsir, founded Lebsirtech in 2020 and also gave it its first steps towards success. A modest WordPress developer, moderate front-end web designer and tech enthusiast, has over 10 years of experience in the IT field, varying between hardware, networking, security and lately web technologies, with all the experience I gained through these years, I noticed that -hold your breath- no available review/comparison website on the internet incorporate the best mathematical solution to calculate the score of every product/service based on the relation of the features it offers and its price then present all these details in a very clean and user friendly way to compare products/services all in one smart and interactive table. So I decided to take this challenge and make it available to everyone, hoping that the project will add a meaningful step towards the right direction for comparison standards.
We can’t include every product on the market, we only include the best, so if any product didn’t make it to the list, it’s either a product we didn’t review yet (Probably because it’s new) or a product that doesn’t have all the features that the others are offering.
To come up with the list, we established a set of ground rules like the functionality and/or security & privacy and/or user friendliness and/or popularity of the product.
Comparison updates usually happens when a new interesting product is launched or when there are some important changes to a current product.
To calculate the score we use a particular algorithm, you can take a look at it here in the Guidelines page.
That's right, but creating comparisons the right way, consumes a lot of time and efforts, and we don't want to focus on quantity over quality.