Naked objects: a technique for designing more expressive systems

@article{Pawson2001NakedOA,
  title={Naked objects: a technique for designing more expressive systems},
  author={Richard Pawson and Robert Matthews},
  journal={SIGPLAN Notices},
  year={2001},
  volume={36},
  pages={61-67}
}
Naked objects is an approach to systems design in which core business objects show directly through to the user interface, and in which all interaction consists of invoking methods on those objects in the noun-verb style. One advantage of this approach is that it results in systems that are more expressive from the viewpoint of the user: they treat the user like a problem solver, not as merely a process-follower. Another advantage is that the 1:1 mapping between the user's representation and… CONTINUE READING
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