In the Spring of 2006, a group of designers intimately familiar with the organization and development of design pattern resources got together to discuss the current and future role of design patterns in the real world.
We talked about defining and documenting patterns, the context required to communicate how patterns should be applied, what it takes to develop a design language, and how disparate lists of patterns could converge. It’s our hope this conversation continues.
A conversation about defining and sharing user interface design languages:
What Do We Mean by "Design Patterns"?
- Part one: Martijn van Welie & Bill Scott
- Part two: Luke Wroblewski & Jenifer Tidwell
- Part three: James Reffell, Martijn van Welie & Bill Scott
- Part four: James Reffell, Luke Wroblewski & Jenifer Tidwell