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A fundamental premise of design is that problems and solutions are rarely universal. The scope of any statement needs to be qualified if it is to be meaningful. Note the material, social and intentional characteristics of the setting in which the problem is embedded. These are the things you can’t change.


The solution is the centrepiece of the pattern. In scientific terms, it is the claim that under certain conditions the described actions will have a particular effect which addresses the problem.

The solution would ideally be articulated at a level of detail which allows immediate implementation, and yet is applicable beyond the specific experiences from which it is derived.



Justify the pattern by reference to data from cases where it appears to have had a positive effect. These would primarily be derived from the design experiment at hand and supplemented by external documented cases.


Data and References


Author(s): Karina Curley
Published at: 05 May 2016 07:26 GMT
Original link (login required): https://ilde.upf.edu/moocs/pg/lds/view/4464/