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ARE DESIGN PATTERNS DESTROYING WEB DESIGN?

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Design patterns are common solutions to common problems. When you add a slider to a homepage you’re employing a design pattern. When someone asks: “Why reinvent the wheel?” they’re advocating the adoption of a design pattern.

On the Web, the term “design patterns” most often refers to programming techniques; however design patterns also exist within visual design. And whilst solving a recurrent coding problem with the same solution is an efficient approach, reusing a visual design is not as desirable.

WHY DO WE USE DESIGN PATTERNS?

Design patterns are far less common in print design than on the Web, despite the fact that print design has had much longer in which to devise them. The reason for this is that web design is heavily influenced by disciplines such as information architecture, coding, and usability; all of which embrace the use of design patterns.

DO DESIGN PATTERNS WORK?

Design patterns certainly appear to work. They are conventions that evolve over time, and it’s incredibly rare that a design pattern is creditable to a single individual.

It made sense to make every link blue. It helped people find their way around. But a common language for links is no longer necessary because we understand where we’re likely to find links. As witnessed by the fact that the blue link design pattern is no longer omnipresent.

EXTINCTION LEVEL EVENTS

Design patterns evolve like flora and fauna, the best, or perhaps just the most adaptable ideas thrive and propagate. But, like the dinosaurs that never saw that meteorite coming, design patterns encounter extinction level events.

SOLVING THE PROBLEM WITH FIRST PRINCIPLES

First principles is a method of logical thinking that reduces every problem down to core ideas that cannot be deduced from one another.

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