The main results on quantum walk search are scattered over different, incomparable frameworks, most notably the hitting time framework, originally by Szegedy, the electric network framework by Belovs, and the MNRS framework by Magniez, Nayak, Roland and Santha. As a result, a number of pieces are currently missing. For instance, the electric network framework allows quantum walks to start from an arbitrary initial state, but it only detects marked elements. In recent work by Ambainis et al., this problem was resolved for the more restricted hitting time framework, in which quantum walks must start from the stationary distribution. We present a new quantum walk search framework that unifies and strengthens these frameworks. This leads to a number of new results. For instance, the new framework not only detects, but finds marked elements in the electric network setting. The new framework also allows one to interpolate between the hitting time framework, which minimizes the number of walk steps, and the MNRS framework, which minimizes the number of times elements are checked for being marked. This allows for a more natural tradeoff between resources. Whereas the original frameworks only rely on quantum walks and phase estimation, our new algorithm makes use of a technique called quantum fast-forwarding, similar to the recent results by Ambainis et al. As a final result we show how in certain cases we can simplify this more involved algorithm to merely applying the quantum walk operator some number of times. This answers an open question of Ambainis et al.