Putting it all together: towards a pattern language for interaction design: A CHI 97 workshop

@inproceedings{Bayle1998PuttingIA,
  title={Putting it all together: towards a pattern language for interaction design: A CHI 97 workshop},
  author={Elisabeth Bayle and Rachel K. E. Bellamy and George Casaday and Thomas Erickson and Sally Fincher and Beki Grinter and Ben Gross and Diane Z. Lehder and Hans Marmolin and Brian Moore and Colin Potts and Grant Skousen and John Thomas},
  booktitle={SGCH},
  year={1998}
}
Pattern languages are representations that have been used in architecture and urban designer about twenty years. They J~cus on the interaction between physical j@m and social behavior, and express design solutions in an understandable and generalizable j@m. But pattern languages are not simptv set of patterns intended to be universally applied; instead, they are actually meta-languages which, when used in a particular situations, generate situated design languages. This report describes a CHI97… CONTINUE READING
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