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Interaction Flow Modeling Language by Piero Fraternali, Marco Brambilla

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Appendix B

List of IFML design patterns

Appendix B lists all the design patterns described in the book. The name of a pattern is structured as XY-Z, where:
• X is the category of pattern. For instance, interface organization patterns start with the letter “O,” and content and navigation patterns are prefixed with “CN.”
• Y is the deployment platform where the pattern originated or is most frequently found. For instance, desktop patterns are labeled with “D,” web with “W,” mobile with “M.” The prefix is omitted for patterns that apply equally well to multiple platforms and for which there is no clearly prevalent platform.
• Z is a mnemonic label identifying the specific pattern.
NameTitleDescriptionSection
Interface Organization Patterns
OD-SWASimple ...

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