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People and Computers XVI - Memorable Yet Invisible
In recent years the Human-Computer Interaction community has witnessed a growing interest in the use of 'design patterns' and 'pattern languages', a representation for design knowledge based on the work of the architect Christopher Alexander. In this paper, we re-examine Alexander's work, highlighting his participatory approach to design, his use of patterns in design generation and his ethical commitment to designing life-enhancing artefacts. Based on this review, we report on three studiesdoi:10.1007/978-1-4471-0105-5_10 fatcat:xnbt6wrwi5a6xakfwbskplw35a