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bio website twitter.com/dennisgomme
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  • Twitter @dennisgomme

  • Consultant specialized in front-end development now evolving towards UX design

  • Master's degree in Human Computer Interaction

  • Located in Belgium

  • Scuba dive instructor



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awarded  Popular Question
Jan
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accepted Why are the numbers on a calculator sorted descending and on a phone dail pad sorted ascending?
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asked Why are the numbers on a calculator sorted descending and on a phone dail pad sorted ascending?
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awarded  Nice Question
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asked Is user experience design (UXD) equal to user centered design (UCD)?
Nov
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answered Tips & Tricks - Working with Axure & Fireworks Combined
Nov
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answered Why do you have to enter your e-mail when commenting a blog post?
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accepted How to tell a customer his/her profile is not allowed to make use of a specific service?
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asked How to tell a customer his/her profile is not allowed to make use of a specific service?
Feb
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asked The implications of showing the same content to different types of users but still making them believe it is specific to their needs?
Feb
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comment Any good examples of interactive map patterns?
Google maps is probably the best example out there. However security measures prevent us from using Google maps (not my call). I am looking for a similar example without making calls to external services. A easy drawn map, pushpins, callouts and a horizontal list with the locations.
Feb
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comment Any good examples of interactive map patterns?
The interaction required for store locator seems similar to the one I need. It's a pitty this pattern has such a context specific name. People are not always looking for a store.
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asked Any good examples of interactive map patterns?
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awarded  Nice Question
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comment How do I inform the user a component has stopped working?
The impact is minimal, when the component fails, the user is unable to see data, but only on that website. A link can be provided redirecting him to another environment where the information can be retrieved.