Visual representation of web design patterns for end-users


In this paper, we discuss the use of visual representations of web design patterns to help end-users and casual developers to identify the patterns they can apply in a specific project. The main goal is to promote design knowledge reuse by facilitating the identification of the right patterns, taking into account that these users have little or no knowledge about web design, and certainly not about design patterns, and that each pattern might include some trade-offs users should consider to make more rational decisions.

DOI: 10.1145/1385569.1385645

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@inproceedings{Daz2008VisualRO, title={Visual representation of web design patterns for end-users}, author={Paloma D{\'i}az and Ignacio Aedo and Mary Beth Rosson}, booktitle={AVI}, year={2008} }