Feb 26 2013

Design Patterns: When Breaking The Rules Is OK

Published by at 11:55 AM under Interfaces,New Students

“In 1977, the architect Christopher Alexander cowrote a book named A Pattern Language: Towns, Buildings, Construction, introducing the concept of pattern language as “a structured method of describing good design practices within a field of expertise.” The goal of the book was to give ordinary people — not just architects and governments — a blueprint for improving their own towns and communities.” Read the full article at Smashing Magazine.

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