Marc took some great pictures at Patterns Day.
At Patterns Day, Alice shared what she has learned from shepherding the Origami project within the Financial Times.
Jina invented an entirely new genre for her Patterns Day talk—autobiographical fantasy.
Riffing on Rachel’s talk at Patterns Day:
At the Patterns Day conference last month, Rachel Andrew mentioned something interesting about patterns. She said that working with reusable interface components, where each one has its own page, made her realise that those work quite well as isolated test cases. I feel this also goes for some accessibility tests: there is a number of criteria where isolation aids testing.
Hidde specifically singles out these patterns:
- Collapsible (“Show/hide”)
- Form field
- Video player
Time for another video from Patterns Day. Here’s Sareh Heidari walking us through Grandstand, the CSS framework at the BBC.
The latest video from Patterns Day is up—Ellen’s superb philosophical presentation: Patterns in Language, Language in Patterns.
There’s so much packed into this one, it might take more than one viewing to take it all in.
The videos are coming! The videos are coming!
Here’s the first one: Laura Elizabeth opening the show at Patterns Day.
A transcript of the superb talk that Ellen delivered at Patterns Day. So good!
Paul has published the slides and transcript of his knock-out talk at Patterns Day. This a must-read: superb stuff!
Design systems are an attempt to add a layer of logic and reasoning over a series decisions made by complex, irrational, emotional human beings. As such, they are subject to individual perspectives, biases, and aspirations.
How does the culture in which they are made effect the resulting design?
A great blow-by-blow account of Patterns Day by Hidde.
If you were at Patterns Day and you liked the music that was playing during the breaks, here’s the playlist. All the artists are based in Brighton.