Interaction Patterns in User Interfaces

  title={Interaction Patterns in User Interfaces},
  author={Martijn van Welie martijn},
  • Martijn van Welie martijn
  • Published 2000
This paper discusses and presents interaction patterns in user interfaces. These patterns are focused on solutions to problems end-users have when interacting with systems. The patterns take an end-user perspective which leads to a format where usability is the essential design quality. The format is discussed and presented along with twenty patterns that have been written in that format. 

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