pattern languages

Pattern languages are a design methodology that originated in architecture and have since been applied to various fields including software engineering, urban design, and organizational development.

The concept of pattern languages was first introduced by architect Christopher Alexander in the late 1970s in his book A Pattern Language.

The idea behind pattern languages is to provide a structured approach to design that allows for creativity and innovation while still maintaining a consistent overall structure.

A pattern language consists of a series of patterns that describe specific design problems and solutions for those problems. Each pattern is a description of a problem and its solution, and is expressed in a way that is independent of any specific technology or architecture.

The Benefits of Using Pattern Languages