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Pattern Language 3.0 and Fundamental Behavioral Properties (Takashi Iba, PURPLSOC15 KEYNOTE, 2015)

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Pattern Language 3.0 and Fundamental Behavioral Properties (Takashi Iba, PURPLSOC15 KEYNOTE, 2015)

  1. 1. PURPLSOC2015 - KEYNOTE Associate Professor! Faculty of Policy Management, Keio University! Ph.D in Media and Governance! iba@sfc.keio.ac.jp Pattern Language 3.0! and Fundamental Behavioral Properties Takashi Iba
  2. 2. [Learning Patterns]! Creative Learning! Opportunity for Learning! Learning by Creating! Open Learning! Jump In! Copycat Learner! Effective Asking! Output-Driven Learning! Daily Use of Foreign Language! Playful Learning! Tornado of Learning! Chain of Excitement! Quantity brings Quality! Skill Embodiment! Language Shower! Tangible Growth! Thinking in Action! Prototyping! Field Diving! A Bug’s-Eye & Bird’s-Eye View! Hidden Connections! Triangular Dig! Passion for Exploration! Brain Switch! Fruit Farming! Attractive Expressions! The First-Draft-Halfway-Point! Acceleration to the Next! Community of Learning! Serendipitous Encounters! Good Rivals! Talking Thinker! Leaning by Teaching! Firm Determinations! Questioning Mind! The Right Way! Brave Changes! Frontier Finder! Self-Producer! Be Extreme! Main Message! Touching Gift! Image of Success! Storytelling! Exploration of Words! Visual Power! Dramatic Modulation! Unexpected Evolution! Doors of Mystery! Beautiful Clarity! Perfect Portion! Cherry on Top! Mind Bridge! Reality Sharing! Participation Driver! Quality in Details! Expression Coordinator! Discomfort Removing! Significant Void! Activation Switch! Take-Home Gift! Stage Building! Reminders of Success! Construction of Confidence! Presentership! Best Effort! Personally for You! Invitation to the World! Improvised Presentation! Reflecting Forwards! Unique Presenter! Aesthetics of Presenting! Be Authentic! [Survival Language]! Survival Action Gift! Safe Sleep Zone! Storage Area! Door Space! Reverse L-Shape Lock! Biting Lock! Roots of TV! Extrastock! Daily Use of Reserves! Crowbar! Life over Furniture! Evacuation Before Fire-Fighting! Armadillo Pose! Cover and Lock! Kick Signal! Evacuation Initiator! Repetition of Better Decision [Change Making Patterns]! Know Yourself! Yes, and! Energy Checkup! Microvision! Trust Your Instinc! Idol Imitation! Juice Work and Life! Frontiership! Detective Eyes! Market Research! 3W1H! Leverage Point! Field Diving! Quick Actions! Training for Innovation! Sustainable System! Root Rediscovery! Roadmap to the North Star! Success Prototyping! Invite Aliens! Excitement Delivery! Trusteam! Stage Setting! Pile of Efforts! Obsession with Everything! Inspire Evangelists! Passion Teller! Outcome Measurer! Outcome Measurer! Medium Communication! Idea Catcher! Professionalism [Generative Beauty]! Make Magic!! Charming Point! Superstar! Starting Item! Finishing Touch! Harmony with the Season! Bite of Trend [Pattern Illustrating Patterns]! Pattern Illustrating Can-Do List! Daily Chore! Self-Reflecting Room! Favorite Place! Voice of Experience! Turning the Tide! Live in the Moment! Self-Intro Album! Own Way of Expressing! Gift of Words! Going Together! Team Leader! Family Expert! The Three Consultants! Disclosing Chat! Chance to Shine! Preparation for the Dream! Make it Funny! Usual Talk! The Seen World! Personal Time! Emotion Switch! Casual Counseling! Special Day! Generational Mix! The Amusement Committee! Hint of Feelings! Job-Specific Contributions! On-the-Spot Helper! Encouraging Supporter! Personal Connections! Mix-Up Event! Inventing Jobs! Delivering the Voice! Warm Design 7348457813129 ISBN 978-1-312-73484-5 90000 [Collaboration Patterns]! Creative Collaboration! Mission for the Future! Innovative Ways! Create a Legend! Growth Spiral! Sympathetic Union! Response Rally! Feeling of Togetherness! Part to Contribute Vinyl Lavatory! Breaker Off! Contact by Any Means [Presentation Patterns]! Creative Presentation Return of Growth! Spontaneous Commitments! Loose Connections! Vulnerability Disclosure! Words of Thanks! Emergence Vigor! Loaf of Time! Collaborative Field! Activity Footprints! Chaotic Path to Breakthrough! Ideas Taking Shape! Inside Innovator! Roadmap to the Goal! Improvised Roles! Spadework for Creativity! Power to Change the World! Quality Line! Creative Clashes! Generative Destruction! Beyond Expectations! Project Followers! Strategic Developments! Context of the World! Endurance to Continue Creating! Polishing Senses [Words For a Journey]! A New Journey! The First Step! Departure Announcement! Travel Plan! Fellow Travelers Personal Attributes! Guaranteed Fashion! Hint Harvesting! Metamorphosis! Cinderella Makeover! Go Natural! Small Accomplishments! Treat Time! Positive Thinking! Courage to Leave! Compatibility Test! Smart Shopper! Good Care! Balanced Diet! Body Cycle! Tomorrow’s Body Shape! Fateful Encounters! Personal Wonderland! Concept of the Brand! The Secret Ingredient! Lavish Makeover! Dream Day! Growing with Love! Cheer-up Cookies! Spice it up!! Boot Button! Ignition Question! Feel the Soul! Various Sides! Space Out! Back to the Start! Power from the Past! Role Model! Be Passionate!! My Story! Live Thoroughly! Luminous Intellect! Deep Inner Calm! Candid Sentiments! Noticing Mind! Sunnyspot Essential Message! Moving Characters! Symbolic Representation! Center Words Hunting! Overall Rough Sketch! Sketches of Details! Image of Motion! Word Association Game! Deciding the Amount! Layout of Space! Instinct Direction! Zooming Out! Lively Peak Capture! Acting Illustrator! Time Symbol! Mood Unity! Consistent Story! Composition Differentiation! Strangeness Busters! Simple Illustration! Illustration Fans! Intriguing Doodles! External Inspiration! Third Person View! Polishing Word Sense! Stock of Expressions! Improving by Drawing [Holistic Pattern-Mining]! Holistic Pattern Mining! Element Mining! My Own Experience! Posting Notes! Describe it Thoroughly! Re-Mining! Visual Clustering! Deep Connections! Dyadic Comparison! Balance the Islands! Plain Labels
  3. 3. [Learning Patterns]! Creative Learning! Opportunity for Learning! Learning by Creating! Open Learning! Jump In! Copycat Learner! Effective Asking! Output-Driven Learning! Daily Use of Foreign Language! Playful Learning! Tornado of Learning! Chain of Excitement! Quantity brings Quality! Skill Embodiment! Language Shower! Tangible Growth! Thinking in Action! Prototyping! Field Diving! A Bug’s-Eye & Bird’s-Eye View! Hidden Connections! Triangular Dig! Passion for Exploration! Brain Switch! Fruit Farming! Attractive Expressions! The First-Draft-Halfway-Point! Acceleration to the Next! Community of Learning! Serendipitous Encounters! Good Rivals! Talking Thinker! Leaning by Teaching! Firm Determinations! Questioning Mind! The Right Way! Brave Changes! Frontier Finder! Self-Producer! Be Extreme! Main Message! Touching Gift! Image of Success! Storytelling! Exploration of Words! Visual Power! Dramatic Modulation! Unexpected Evolution! Doors of Mystery! Beautiful Clarity! Perfect Portion! Cherry on Top! Mind Bridge! Reality Sharing! Participation Driver! Quality in Details! Expression Coordinator! Discomfort Removing! Significant Void! Activation Switch! Take-Home Gift! Stage Building! Reminders of Success! Construction of Confidence! Presentership! Best Effort! Personally for You! Invitation to the World! Improvised Presentation! Reflecting Forwards! Unique Presenter! Aesthetics of Presenting! Be Authentic! [Survival Language]! Survival Action Gift! Safe Sleep Zone! Storage Area! Door Space! Reverse L-Shape Lock! Biting Lock! Roots of TV! Extrastock! Daily Use of Reserves! Crowbar! Life over Furniture! Evacuation Before Fire-Fighting! Armadillo Pose! Cover and Lock! Kick Signal! Evacuation Initiator! Repetition of Better Decision [Change Making Patterns]! Know Yourself! Yes, and! Energy Checkup! Microvision! Trust Your Instinc! Idol Imitation! Juice Work and Life! Frontiership! Detective Eyes! Market Research! 3W1H! Leverage Point! Field Diving! Quick Actions! Training for Innovation! Sustainable System! Root Rediscovery! Roadmap to the North Star! Success Prototyping! Invite Aliens! Excitement Delivery! Trusteam! Stage Setting! Pile of Efforts! Obsession with Everything! Inspire Evangelists! Passion Teller! Outcome Measurer! Outcome Measurer! Medium Communication! Idea Catcher! Professionalism [Generative Beauty]! Make Magic!! Charming Point! Superstar! Starting Item! Finishing Touch! Harmony with the Season! Bite of Trend [Pattern Illustrating Patterns]! Pattern Illustrating Can-Do List! Daily Chore! Self-Reflecting Room! Favorite Place! Voice of Experience! Turning the Tide! Live in the Moment! Self-Intro Album! Own Way of Expressing! Gift of Words! Going Together! Team Leader! Family Expert! The Three Consultants! Disclosing Chat! Chance to Shine! Preparation for the Dream! Make it Funny! Usual Talk! The Seen World! Personal Time! Emotion Switch! Casual Counseling! Special Day! Generational Mix! The Amusement Committee! Hint of Feelings! Job-Specific Contributions! On-the-Spot Helper! Encouraging Supporter! Personal Connections! Mix-Up Event! Inventing Jobs! Delivering the Voice! Warm Design[Collaboration Patterns]! Creative Collaboration! Mission for the Future! Innovative Ways! Create a Legend! Growth Spiral! Sympathetic Union! Response Rally! Feeling of Togetherness! Part to Contribute Vinyl Lavatory! Breaker Off! Contact by Any Means [Presentation Patterns]! Creative Presentation Return of Growth! Spontaneous Commitments! Loose Connections! Vulnerability Disclosure! Words of Thanks! Emergence Vigor! Loaf of Time! Collaborative Field! Activity Footprints! Chaotic Path to Breakthrough! Ideas Taking Shape! Inside Innovator! Roadmap to the Goal! Improvised Roles! Spadework for Creativity! Power to Change the World! Quality Line! Creative Clashes! Generative Destruction! Beyond Expectations! Project Followers! Strategic Developments! Context of the World! Endurance to Continue Creating! Polishing Senses [Words For a Journey]! A New Journey! The First Step! Departure Announcement! Travel Plan! Fellow Travelers Personal Attributes! Guaranteed Fashion! Hint Harvesting! Metamorphosis! Cinderella Makeover! Go Natural! Small Accomplishments! Treat Time! Positive Thinking! Courage to Leave! Compatibility Test! Smart Shopper! Good Care! Balanced Diet! Body Cycle! Tomorrow’s Body Shape! Fateful Encounters! Personal Wonderland! Concept of the Brand! The Secret Ingredient! Lavish Makeover! Dream Day! Growing with Love! Cheer-up Cookies! Spice it up!! Boot Button! Ignition Question! Feel the Soul! Various Sides! Space Out! Back to the Start! Power from the Past! Role Model! Be Passionate!! My Story! Live Thoroughly! Luminous Intellect! Deep Inner Calm! Candid Sentiments! Noticing Mind! Sunnyspot Essential Message! Moving Characters! Symbolic Representation! Center Words Hunting! Overall Rough Sketch! Sketches of Details! Image of Motion! Word Association Game! Deciding the Amount! Layout of Space! Instinct Direction! Zooming Out! Lively Peak Capture! Acting Illustrator! Time Symbol! Mood Unity! Consistent Story! Composition Differentiation! Strangeness Busters! Simple Illustration! Illustration Fans! Intriguing Doodles! External Inspiration! Third Person View! Polishing Word Sense! Stock of Expressions! Improving by Drawing [Holistic Pattern-Mining]! Holistic Pattern Mining! Element Mining! My Own Experience! Posting Notes! Describe it Thoroughly! Re-Mining! Visual Clustering! Deep Connections! Dyadic Comparison! Balance the Islands! Plain Labels 10 Years 20+ Pattern Languages 500+ Patterns
  4. 4. Frontiers of the Pattern Language method
  5. 5. Frontiers of the Pattern Language method New Process2. of creating pattern languages New Ways3. of using pattern languages New Tools4. for using pattern languages New Theory5. behind pattern languages of pattern languages New Domains1.
  6. 6. Frontiers of the Pattern Language method New Process2. of creating pattern languages Holistic Mining Mining Interview & Workshop Pattern Illustrating New Ways3. of using pattern languages Dialogue Planning & Reflection Idea Generation New Tools4. for using pattern languages Cards Web Systems Stickers New Theory5. behind pattern languages of pattern languages New Domains1. Learning, Presentation, Collaboration Change Making, Surviving Earthquakes Living well with Dementia Fundamental Behavioral Properties
  7. 7. of pattern languages New Domains1. Learning, Presentation, Collaboration Change Making, Surviving Earthquakes Living well with Dementia
  8. 8. C.Alexander, S. Ishikawa, M. Silverstein, A Pattern Language:Towns, Buildings, Construction, Oxford University Press, 1977 A Pattern Language in Architecture, since 70’s http://stephania32.wordpress.com/ Christopher Alexander 1. New Domains of pattern languages
  9. 9. Ward CunninghamKent Beck Kent Beck & Ward Cunningham, “Using Pattern Languages for Object- Oriented Program”, OOPSLA '87, 1987 Gang of Four Erich Gamma, Richard Helm, Ralph Johnson, John M. Vlissides,! Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object-Oriented Software,! Addison-Wesley Professional, 1994 Software Patterns, since late 80’s 1. New Domains of pattern languages
  10. 10. Software Patterns, since late 80’s 1. New Domains of pattern languages
  11. 11. Software Patterns, since late 80’s 1. New Domains of pattern languages
  12. 12. Pedagogical Patterns & Fearless Change Patterns Joseph Bergin Linda RisingMary Lynn Manns Manns, M. L., and Rising, L., Fearless Change: Patterns for Introducing New Ideas. Addison-Wesley, 2005 Pedagogical Patterns Editorial Board, Pedagogical Patterns: Advice For Educators, Createspace., 2012 1. New Domains of pattern languages
  13. 13. A Pattern Language for Creative Learning patternsIn the recent complex society, identifying problems and creatively thinking of solutions from various perspectives is essential. People need to learn by constructing their own living knowledge based on their situation and not by merely memorizing existing ideas;; Learning how to generate new ideas and how to think is also necessary;; that is, a creative learning. How can such Creative Learning be achieved? Secrets to Creative Learning are scribed in this book. Learning Patterns presents 40 distinct patterns that show tips, methods, and views for a Creative Learning. The Learning Patterns are written as a pattern language that summarizes the design knowledge that develops from a person’s experience into the form of a pattern. It pairs a problem that occurs in a certain context of a design with its solution and gives it a name. The users of a pattern language must select a pattern on the basis of the context in which it is being used, and fit the abstract solution to their specific situation. Read through the pages and use any or all of the Learning Patterns to make your learning more creative. Takashi Iba is an associate professor at the Faculty of Policy Management and the Graduate School of Media and Governance at Keio University, Japan. He received a Ph.D. in Media and Governance from Keio University in 2003, and continued as a visiting scholar at the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence during the 2009 academic year. With collaborating with his students, Dr. Iba created many pattern languages concerning human actions. He authored Collaboration Patterns (2014), Presentation Patterns (2014), and many academic books in Japanese such as the bestselling Introduction to Complex Systems (1998). Takashi Iba with Iba Laboratory Learning Patterns A Pattern Language for Creative Learning CreativeShiftIBALearningPatterns―APatternLanguageforCreativeLearning http://www.amazon.com/dp/1312408855/ Takashi Iba with Iba Laboratory, Learning Patterns: A Pattern Language for Creative Learning, CreativeShift Lab, 2014 • Iba, T., Miyake, T., Naruse, M., and Yotsumoto, N., "Learning Patterns: A Pattern Language for Active Learners", in the 16th Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs (PLoP2009), 2009! • Iba, T. and Miyake, T., ”Learning Patterns: A Pattern Language for Creative Learners II," in the 1st Asian Conference of Pattern Language of Programs (AsianPLoP2010), 2010! • Iba, T. and Sakamoto, M., “Learning Patterns III: A Pattern Language for Creative Learning," in the 18th Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs (PLoP2011), 2011 1. New Domains of pattern languages
  14. 14. A Pattern Language for Creative Learning0 1 p t patterns 40 patterns for designing own way of creative learning Takashi Iba with Iba Laboratory Learning Patterns A Pattern Language for Creative Learning CreativeShiftIBALearningPatterns―APatternLanguageforCreativeLearning 1. New Domains of pattern languages
  15. 15. As a member of the committee for designing curriculum and supporting undergraduate students! (2008) 1. New Domains of pattern languages
  16. 16. Opportunity for Learning Opportunities for learning are created, not chanced upon or waited for. You are ready to learn, and perhaps you have a few expectations. ▼ In this context There are few good opportunities for learning compared to your expectations. Create your own opportunities for learning based on your interests. ▼ Therefore No. 1 1. New Domains of pattern languages
  17. 17. Learning by Creating Learn through actively creating, rather than through memorization. You have started to learn, and maybe you want more excitement. ▼ In this context You are not willing to learn just by acquiring knowledge and skills. Launch and implement your own project to improve your knowledge and skills. ▼ Therefore No. 2 1. New Domains of pattern languages
  18. 18. Talking Thinker Talk about your idea, don’t be a silent “thinking reed.” You’ve worked on developing your idea, but it is unclear. ▼ In this context Thinking alone often brings you to a dead end. Explain what you think verbally to improve your idea. ▼ Therefore No. 31 1. New Domains of pattern languages
  19. 19. Community of Learning Two heads or more are likely better than one. You’ve realized that what you are starting to work on is a challenging problem or activity. ▼ In this context What you want to study is too big and too difficult to explore alone. Build a community of learning with people who share similar interests. ▼ Therefore No. 28 1. New Domains of pattern languages
  20. 20. A Pattern Language for Creative Learning0 1 p t patterns 40 patterns for designing own way of creative learning Takashi Iba with Iba Laboratory Learning Patterns A Pattern Language for Creative Learning CreativeShiftIBALearningPatterns―APatternLanguageforCreativeLearning 1. New Domains of pattern languages
  21. 21. A Creative Presentation uses the knowledge and experience of the audience to inspire the realization of something new. Such a presentation can encourage the audience to realize and take action towards the future. However, as a presentation has limited words, how is such innovation possible? The secrets are scribed in this book. Presentation Patterns presents 34 distinct patterns that show tips, methods, and views for a Creative Presentation. The Presentation Patterns are written as a pattern language that summarizes the design knowledge that develops from a person’s experience into the form of a pattern. It pairs a problem that occurs in a certain context of a design with its solution and gives it a name. The users of a pattern language must select a pattern on the basis of the context in which it is being used, and fit the abstract solution to their specific situation. The Presentation Patterns introduced here is a pattern language to help ensure a Creative Presentation. Along with discovering methods to give an effective presentation, we hope you can also imagine the possibilities that pattern languages offer. Read through the pages and use any or all of the Presentation Patterns to make your presentation creative. Takashi Iba is an associate professor at the Faculty of Policy Management and the Graduate School of Media and Governance at Keio University, Japan. He received a Ph.D. in Media and Governance from Keio University in 2003, and continued as a visiting scholar at the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence during the 2009 academic year. With collaborating with his students, Dr. Iba created many pattern languages concerning human actions. He authored Learning Patterns (2014), Collaboration Patterns (2014), and many academic books in Japanese such as the bestselling Introduction to Complex Systems (1998). Takashi Iba with Iba Laboratory Presentation Patterns A Pattern Language for Creative Presentations CreativeShiftIBAPresentationPatterns―APatternLanguageforCreativePresentations http://www.amazon.com/dp/1312459182/ Takashi Iba with Iba Laboratory, Presentation Patterns: A Pattern Language for Creative Presentation, CreativeShift Lab, 2014 A Pattern Language for Creative Presentations • Iba, T., Matsumoto, A. and Harasawa, K., "Presentation Patterns: A Pattern Language for Creative Presentations," in the 17th European Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs (EuroPLoP2012), 2012! • Iba, T., Isaku, T., “Presentation Patterns: A Pattern Language for Creative Presentations, Part I,” in the 10th Latin American Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs (SugarLoafPLoP2014), 2014 1. New Domains of pattern languages
  22. 22. Creative Presentation Main Message Touching Gift Image of Success Storytelling Exploration of Words Visual Power Dramatic Modulation Unexpected Evolution Doors of Mystery Beautiful Clarity Perfect Portion Cherry on Top Mind Bridge Reality Sharing Participation Driver Quality in Details Expression Coordinator DINOSAUR Discomfort Removing Significant Void Activation Switch Take-Home Gift Stage Building Reminders of Success Presentership Best Effort Construction of Confidence Invitation to the World Improvised Presentation Personally for You Unique Presenter Aesthetics of Presenting Reflecting Forwards Be Authentic! A Pattern Language for Creative Presentations Takashi Iba with Iba Laboratory, Presentation Patterns: A Pattern Language for Creative Presentation, CreativeShift Lab, 2014 34 patterns for designing creative presentations A Creative Presentation uses the knowledge and experience of the audience to inspire the realization of something new. Such a presentation can encourage the audience to realize and take action towards the future. However, as a presentation has limited words, how is such innovation possible? The secrets are scribed in this book. Presentation Patterns presents 34 distinct patterns that show tips, methods, and views for a Creative Presentation. The Presentation Patterns are written as a pattern language that summarizes the design knowledge that develops from a person’s experience into the form of a pattern. It pairs a problem that occurs in a certain context of a design with its solution and gives it a name. The users of a pattern language must select a pattern on the basis of the context in which it is being used, and fit the abstract solution to their specific situation. The Presentation Patterns introduced here is a pattern language to help ensure a Creative Presentation. Along with discovering methods to give an effective presentation, we hope you can also imagine the possibilities that pattern languages offer. Read through the pages and use any or all of the Presentation Patterns to make your presentation creative. Takashi Iba is an associate professor at the Faculty of Policy Management and the Graduate School of Media and Governance at Keio University, Japan. He received a Ph.D. in Media and Governance from Keio University in 2003, and continued as a visiting scholar at the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence during the 2009 academic year. With collaborating with his students, Dr. Iba created many pattern languages concerning human actions. He authored Learning Patterns (2014), Collaboration Patterns (2014), and many academic books in Japanese such as the bestselling Introduction to Complex Systems (1998). Takashi Iba with Iba Laboratory Presentation Patterns A Pattern Language for Creative Presentations CreativeShiftIBAPresentationPatterns―APatternLanguageforCreativePresentations 1. New Domains of pattern languages
  23. 23. A Creative Presentation uses the knowledge and experience of the audience to inspire the realization of something new. Such a presentation can encourage the audience to realize and take action towards the future. However, as a presentation has limited words, how is such innovation possible? The secrets are scribed in this book. Presentation Patterns presents 34 distinct patterns that show tips, methods, and views for a Creative Presentation. The Presentation Patterns are written as a pattern language that summarizes the design knowledge that develops from a person’s experience into the form of a pattern. It pairs a problem that occurs in a certain context of a design with its solution and gives it a name. The users of a pattern language must select a pattern on the basis of the context in which it is being used, and fit the abstract solution to their specific situation. The Presentation Patterns introduced here is a pattern language to help ensure a Creative Presentation. Along with discovering methods to give an effective presentation, we hope you can also imagine the possibilities that pattern languages offer. Read through the pages and use any or all of the Presentation Patterns to make your presentation creative. Takashi Iba is an associate professor at the Faculty of Policy Management and the Graduate School of Media and Governance at Keio University, Japan. He received a Ph.D. in Media and Governance from Keio University in 2003, and continued as a visiting scholar at the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence during the 2009 academic year. With collaborating with his students, Dr. Iba created many pattern languages concerning human actions. He authored Learning Patterns (2014), Collaboration Patterns (2014), and many academic books in Japanese such as the bestselling Introduction to Complex Systems (1998). Takashi Iba with Iba Laboratory Presentation Patterns A Pattern Language for Creative Presentations CreativeShiftIBAPresentationPatterns―APatternLanguageforCreativePresentations In the recent complex society, identifying problems and creatively thinking of solutions from various perspectives is essential. People need to learn by constructing their own living knowledge based on their situation and not by merely memorizing existing ideas;; Learning how to generate new ideas and how to think is also necessary;; that is, a creative learning. How can such Creative Learning be achieved? Secrets to Creative Learning are scribed in this book. Learning Patterns presents 40 distinct patterns that show tips, methods, and views for a Creative Learning. The Learning Patterns are written as a pattern language that summarizes the design knowledge that develops from a person’s experience into the form of a pattern. It pairs a problem that occurs in a certain context of a design with its solution and gives it a name. The users of a pattern language must select a pattern on the basis of the context in which it is being used, and fit the abstract solution to their specific situation. Read through the pages and use any or all of the Learning Patterns to make your learning more creative. Takashi Iba is an associate professor at the Faculty of Policy Management and the Graduate School of Media and Governance at Keio University, Japan. He received a Ph.D. in Media and Governance from Keio University in 2003, and continued as a visiting scholar at the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence during the 2009 academic year. With collaborating with his students, Dr. Iba created many pattern languages concerning human actions. He authored Collaboration Patterns (2014), Presentation Patterns (2014), and many academic books in Japanese such as the bestselling Introduction to Complex Systems (1998). Takashi Iba with Iba Laboratory Learning Patterns A Pattern Language for Creative Learning CreativeShiftIBALearningPatterns―APatternLanguageforCreativeLearning 1. New Domains of pattern languages Neither Architectural nor Software …
  24. 24. A Creative Presentation uses the knowledge and experience of the audience to inspire the realization of something new. Such a presentation can encourage the audience to realize and take action towards the future. However, as a presentation has limited words, how is such innovation possible? The secrets are scribed in this book. Presentation Patterns presents 34 distinct patterns that show tips, methods, and views for a Creative Presentation. The Presentation Patterns are written as a pattern language that summarizes the design knowledge that develops from a person’s experience into the form of a pattern. It pairs a problem that occurs in a certain context of a design with its solution and gives it a name. The users of a pattern language must select a pattern on the basis of the context in which it is being used, and fit the abstract solution to their specific situation. The Presentation Patterns introduced here is a pattern language to help ensure a Creative Presentation. Along with discovering methods to give an effective presentation, we hope you can also imagine the possibilities that pattern languages offer. Read through the pages and use any or all of the Presentation Patterns to make your presentation creative. Takashi Iba is an associate professor at the Faculty of Policy Management and the Graduate School of Media and Governance at Keio University, Japan. He received a Ph.D. in Media and Governance from Keio University in 2003, and continued as a visiting scholar at the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence during the 2009 academic year. With collaborating with his students, Dr. Iba created many pattern languages concerning human actions. He authored Learning Patterns (2014), Collaboration Patterns (2014), and many academic books in Japanese such as the bestselling Introduction to Complex Systems (1998). Takashi Iba with Iba Laboratory Presentation Patterns A Pattern Language for Creative Presentations CreativeShiftIBAPresentationPatterns―APatternLanguageforCreativePresentations In the recent complex society, identifying problems and creatively thinking of solutions from various perspectives is essential. People need to learn by constructing their own living knowledge based on their situation and not by merely memorizing existing ideas;; Learning how to generate new ideas and how to think is also necessary;; that is, a creative learning. How can such Creative Learning be achieved? Secrets to Creative Learning are scribed in this book. Learning Patterns presents 40 distinct patterns that show tips, methods, and views for a Creative Learning. The Learning Patterns are written as a pattern language that summarizes the design knowledge that develops from a person’s experience into the form of a pattern. It pairs a problem that occurs in a certain context of a design with its solution and gives it a name. The users of a pattern language must select a pattern on the basis of the context in which it is being used, and fit the abstract solution to their specific situation. Read through the pages and use any or all of the Learning Patterns to make your learning more creative. Takashi Iba is an associate professor at the Faculty of Policy Management and the Graduate School of Media and Governance at Keio University, Japan. He received a Ph.D. in Media and Governance from Keio University in 2003, and continued as a visiting scholar at the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence during the 2009 academic year. With collaborating with his students, Dr. Iba created many pattern languages concerning human actions. He authored Collaboration Patterns (2014), Presentation Patterns (2014), and many academic books in Japanese such as the bestselling Introduction to Complex Systems (1998). Takashi Iba with Iba Laboratory Learning Patterns A Pattern Language for Creative Learning CreativeShiftIBALearningPatterns―APatternLanguageforCreativeLearning 1. New Domains of pattern languages Neither Architectural nor Software …
  25. 25. A Creative Presentation uses the knowledge and experience of the audience to inspire the realization of something new. Such a presentation can encourage the audience to realize and take action towards the future. However, as a presentation has limited words, how is such innovation possible? The secrets are scribed in this book. Presentation Patterns presents 34 distinct patterns that show tips, methods, and views for a Creative Presentation. The Presentation Patterns are written as a pattern language that summarizes the design knowledge that develops from a person’s experience into the form of a pattern. It pairs a problem that occurs in a certain context of a design with its solution and gives it a name. The users of a pattern language must select a pattern on the basis of the context in which it is being used, and fit the abstract solution to their specific situation. The Presentation Patterns introduced here is a pattern language to help ensure a Creative Presentation. Along with discovering methods to give an effective presentation, we hope you can also imagine the possibilities that pattern languages offer. Read through the pages and use any or all of the Presentation Patterns to make your presentation creative. Takashi Iba is an associate professor at the Faculty of Policy Management and the Graduate School of Media and Governance at Keio University, Japan. He received a Ph.D. in Media and Governance from Keio University in 2003, and continued as a visiting scholar at the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence during the 2009 academic year. With collaborating with his students, Dr. Iba created many pattern languages concerning human actions. He authored Learning Patterns (2014), Collaboration Patterns (2014), and many academic books in Japanese such as the bestselling Introduction to Complex Systems (1998). Takashi Iba with Iba Laboratory Presentation Patterns A Pattern Language for Creative Presentations CreativeShiftIBAPresentationPatterns―APatternLanguageforCreativePresentations In the recent complex society, identifying problems and creatively thinking of solutions from various perspectives is essential. People need to learn by constructing their own living knowledge based on their situation and not by merely memorizing existing ideas;; Learning how to generate new ideas and how to think is also necessary;; that is, a creative learning. How can such Creative Learning be achieved? Secrets to Creative Learning are scribed in this book. Learning Patterns presents 40 distinct patterns that show tips, methods, and views for a Creative Learning. The Learning Patterns are written as a pattern language that summarizes the design knowledge that develops from a person’s experience into the form of a pattern. It pairs a problem that occurs in a certain context of a design with its solution and gives it a name. The users of a pattern language must select a pattern on the basis of the context in which it is being used, and fit the abstract solution to their specific situation. Read through the pages and use any or all of the Learning Patterns to make your learning more creative. Takashi Iba is an associate professor at the Faculty of Policy Management and the Graduate School of Media and Governance at Keio University, Japan. He received a Ph.D. in Media and Governance from Keio University in 2003, and continued as a visiting scholar at the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence during the 2009 academic year. With collaborating with his students, Dr. Iba created many pattern languages concerning human actions. He authored Collaboration Patterns (2014), Presentation Patterns (2014), and many academic books in Japanese such as the bestselling Introduction to Complex Systems (1998). Takashi Iba with Iba Laboratory Learning Patterns A Pattern Language for Creative Learning CreativeShiftIBALearningPatterns―APatternLanguageforCreativeLearning These works describe patterns of human action. They can be categorized into 
 a new genre of pattern language! 1. New Domains of pattern languages Neither Architectural nor Software …
  26. 26. Rethinking and defining generations of pattern languages 1. New Domains of pattern languages (1st generation) (2nd generation) (3rd generation) In the recent complex society, identifying problems and creatively thinking of solutions from various perspectives is essential. People need to learn by constructing their own living knowledge based on their situation and not by merely memorizing existing ideas;; Learning how to generate new ideas and how to think is also necessary;; that is, a creative learning. How can such Creative Learning be achieved? Secrets to Creative Learning are scribed in this book. Learning Patterns presents 40 distinct patterns that show tips, methods, and views for a Creative Learning. The Learning Patterns are written as a pattern language that summarizes the design knowledge that develops from a person’s experience into the form of a pattern. It pairs a problem that occurs in a certain context of a design with its solution and gives it a name. The users of a pattern language must select a pattern on the basis of the context in which it is being used, and fit the abstract solution to their specific situation. Read through the pages and use any or all of the Learning Patterns to make your learning more creative. Takashi Iba is an associate professor at the Faculty of Policy Management and the Graduate School of Media and Governance at Keio University, Japan. He received a Ph.D. in Media and Governance from Keio University in 2003, and continued as a visiting scholar at the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence during the 2009 academic year. With collaborating with his students, Dr. Iba created many pattern languages concerning human actions. He authored Collaboration Patterns (2014), Presentation Patterns (2014), and many academic books in Japanese such as the bestselling Introduction to Complex Systems (1998). Takashi Iba with Iba Laboratory Learning Patterns A Pattern Language for Creative Learning CreativeShiftIBALearningPatterns―APatternLanguageforCreativeLearning Architecture Software Human Action
  27. 27. Pattern Language 1.0 Since the late 1970s Pattern Language 2.0 Pattern Language 3.0 Since the late 1980s Since the late 1990s Since the late 2000s Architecture Software Human Action Three Generations of Pattern Languages 1. New Domains of pattern languages
  28. 28. Three Generations of Pattern Languages 1. New Domains of pattern languages 2.0 Pattern Language 1.0 Pattern Language Pattern Language 3.0 Object of Design Physical Forms (Architecture) Non-Physical Forms (Software, Interface, Organization) Forms of Human Action (Innovation, Education, Learning, Presentation, Collaboration) Act of Design Bridging the Gap between Designers and Users Bridging the Gap between Expert and Non-Expert Designers Connecting People who have Different Experiences Design Act is Embeded in Actions over Time Design Act is Iterated over Time Design Act is Basically Carried out in a Period Purpose complition Design Design a series of action release release Design Design • Iba, T., "Pattern Language 3.0 Methodological Advances in Sharing Design Knowledge," in the International Conference on Collaborative Innovation Networks 2011 (COINs2011), 2011! • Iba, T., "Pattern Language 3.0: Writing Pattern Languages for Human Actions," Invited Talk, in the 19th Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs (PLoP2012), 2012
  29. 29. A Creative Collaboration creates new values that can change the world. In a Creative Collaboration, an emergent vigor is produced where team members motivate each other and grow together. This new vigor cannot be attributed to any one team member but to the team as a whole. How can such a Creative Collaboration be achieved? The secrets are scribed in this book. Collaboration Patterns presents 34 distinct patterns that show tips, methods, and views for a successful collaboration. The Collaboration Patterns are written as a pattern language that summarizes the design knowledge that develops from a person’s experience into the form of a pattern. It pairs a problem that occurs in a certain context of a design with its solution and gives it a name. The users of a pattern language must select a pattern on the basis of the context in which it is being used, and fit the abstract solution to their specific situation. The Collaboration Patterns here are in a pattern language that helps a team achieve a Creative Collaboration. Along with discovering ways to practice effective teamwork, we hope you can also imagine the possibilities pattern languages offer. Read through the pages and use any or all of the Collaboration Patterns to make your collaborative projects successful. Takashi Iba is an associate professor at the Faculty of Policy Management and the Graduate School of Media and Governance at Keio University, Japan. He received a Ph.D. in Media and Governance from Keio University in 2003, and continued as a visiting scholar at the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence during the 2009 academic year. With collaborating with his students, Dr. Iba created many pattern languages concerning human actions. He authored Learning Patterns (2014), Presentation Patterns (2014), and many academic books in Japanese such as the bestselling Introduction to Complex Systems (1998). Takashi Iba with Iba Laboratory Collaboration Patterns A Pattern Language for Creative Collaboration CreativeShiftIBACollaborationPatterns―APatternLanguageforCreativeCollaborations Pattern Language 3.0, created by Iba Lab Generative Beauty Learning! Patterns Collaboration! Patterns Presentation! Patterns Survival! Language Change Making! Patterns 7348457813129 ISBN 978-1-312-73484-5 90000 Words for! a Journey Personal! Culture 1. New Domains of pattern languages 2538347813299 ISBN 978-1-329-25383-4 90000 Pattern Illustrating Patterns
  30. 30. A Creative Collaboration creates new values that can change the world. In a Creative Collaboration, an emergent vigor is produced where team members motivate each other and grow together. This new vigor cannot be attributed to any one team member but to the team as a whole. How can such a Creative Collaboration be achieved? The secrets are scribed in this book. Collaboration Patterns presents 34 distinct patterns that show tips, methods, and views for a successful collaboration. The Collaboration Patterns are written as a pattern language that summarizes the design knowledge that develops from a person’s experience into the form of a pattern. It pairs a problem that occurs in a certain context of a design with its solution and gives it a name. The users of a pattern language must select a pattern on the basis of the context in which it is being used, and fit the abstract solution to their specific situation. The Collaboration Patterns here are in a pattern language that helps a team achieve a Creative Collaboration. Along with discovering ways to practice effective teamwork, we hope you can also imagine the possibilities pattern languages offer. Read through the pages and use any or all of the Collaboration Patterns to make your collaborative projects successful. Takashi Iba is an associate professor at the Faculty of Policy Management and the Graduate School of Media and Governance at Keio University, Japan. He received a Ph.D. in Media and Governance from Keio University in 2003, and continued as a visiting scholar at the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence during the 2009 academic year. With collaborating with his students, Dr. Iba created many pattern languages concerning human actions. He authored Learning Patterns (2014), Presentation Patterns (2014), and many academic books in Japanese such as the bestselling Introduction to Complex Systems (1998). Takashi Iba with Iba Laboratory Collaboration Patterns A Pattern Language for Creative Collaboration CreativeShiftIBACollaborationPatterns―APatternLanguageforCreativeCollaborations http://www.amazon.com/dp/1312447168/ Takashi Iba with Iba Laboratory, Collaboration Patterns: A Pattern Language for Creative Collaboration, CreativeShift Lab, 2014 • Iba, T. and Isaku, T., "Collaboration Patterns: A Pattern Language for Creative Collaborations" in the 18th Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs (EuroPLoP 2013), 2013 A Pattern Language for Creative Collaborations 1. New Domains of pattern languages
  31. 31. Takashi Iba with Iba Laboratory, Collaboration Patterns: A Pattern Language for Creative Collaboration, CreativeShift Lab, 2014 Creative Collaboration Create a Legend Response Rally Return of Growth Mission for the Future Growth Spiral Feeling of Togetherness Spontaneous Commitments Innovative Ways Sympathetic Union Part to Contribute Loose Connections Vulnerability Disclosure Loaf of Time Chaotic Path to Breakthrough Roadmap to the Goal Words of Thanks Collaborative Field Ideas Taking Shape Improvised Roles Emergence Vigor Activity Footprints Inside Innovator Spadework for Creativity Quality Line Beyond Expectations Context of the World Creative Clashes Project Followers Endurance to Continue Creating Power to Change the World Generative Destruction Strategic Developments Polishing Senses A Pattern Language for Creative Collaborations A Creative Collaboration creates new values that can change the world. In a Creative Collaboration, an emergent vigor is produced where team members motivate each other and grow together. This new vigor cannot be attributed to any one team member but to the team as a whole. How can such a Creative Collaboration be achieved? The secrets are scribed in this book. Collaboration Patterns presents 34 distinct patterns that show tips, methods, and views for a successful collaboration. The Collaboration Patterns are written as a pattern language that summarizes the design knowledge that develops from a person’s experience into the form of a pattern. It pairs a problem that occurs in a certain context of a design with its solution and gives it a name. The users of a pattern language must select a pattern on the basis of the context in which it is being used, and fit the abstract solution to their specific situation. The Collaboration Patterns here are in a pattern language that helps a team achieve a Creative Collaboration. Along with discovering ways to practice effective teamwork, we hope you can also imagine the possibilities pattern languages offer. Read through the pages and use any or all of the Collaboration Patterns to make your collaborative projects successful. Takashi Iba is an associate professor at the Faculty of Policy Management and the Graduate School of Media and Governance at Keio University, Japan. He received a Ph.D. in Media and Governance from Keio University in 2003, and continued as a visiting scholar at the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence during the 2009 academic year. With collaborating with his students, Dr. Iba created many pattern languages concerning human actions. He authored Learning Patterns (2014), Presentation Patterns (2014), and many academic books in Japanese such as the bestselling Introduction to Complex Systems (1998). Takashi Iba with Iba Laboratory Collaboration Patterns A Pattern Language for Creative Collaboration CreativeShiftIBACollaborationPatterns―APatternLanguageforCreativeCollaborations 34 patterns for designing creative collaboration 1. New Domains of pattern languages
  32. 32. In the 21st century, complex social challenges, widespread inter-­connectedness, and changes in economies, environ-­ ments, and technologies require more than traditional civic knowledge from the body politic. As such problems are intertwined, it has been impossible for larger forces, such as governments or international organizations, to address them with linear approaches. Rather than waiting for solutions and actions from larger forces, it seems more efficient that all citizens be dedicated to address an issue related to themselves. To nurture their problem-­solving skills for implementing changes regarding social issues, it is essential to empower the future generation to become “Changemakers” — individ-­ uals committed to solving local or worldwide problems by leveraging their strengths and creativity. Social entrepreneurship has been a trend in the last decade, attracting many youth to voice their concerns about social issues. However, there is still a huge gap between those upfront social entrepreneurs and the citizens, the latter of whom struggle to find a good starting point or feel over-­ whelmed by the complexity of the problems. Change Making Patterns captures the essentials that future actors can consult to create their ideal change. The 31 distinc-­ tive patterns show how social entrepreneurs identify social issues and create or implement solutions to overcome these issues. This set of tacit knowledge is disclosed for you to not only learn how social entrepreneurship is executed in difficult situations but also start your own changemaking project. We believe that social change begins with personal transformation, which can be achieved by individuals who want to challenge the status quo regardless of age, national-­ ity, or gender. We hope that Change Making Patterns will help you ignite your agency for change in creating a better world. Change Making Patterns A Pattern Language for Fostering Social Entrepreneurship Eri Shimomukai Sumire Nakamura with Takashi Iba CreativeShiftChangeMakingPatterns-­APatternLanguageforFosteringSocialEntrepreneurship http://www.amazon.com/dp/1312873167/ Eri Shimomukai, Sumire Nakamura with Takashi Iba, Change Making Patterns: A Pattern Language for Fostering Social Entrepreneurship, CreativeShift Lab, 2015 • Shimomukai, E. and Iba, T., ”Social Entrepreneurship Patterns: A Pattern Language for Change-Making on Social Issues," in the 17th European Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs (EuroPLoP2012), 2012! • Shimomukai, E., Nakamura, S. and Iba, T., "Change Making Patterns: A Pattern Language for Fostering Social Entrepreneurship," in the 19th Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs (PLoP2012), 2012! • Nakamura, S., Shimomukai, E., Isaku, T., and Iba, T., “Change Making Pattern Workbook: A Workbook Approach to Pattern Applications,“ in the 21st Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs (PLoP2014), 2014! • Nakamura, S. and Iba, T., “Fostering Changemakers with Change Making Patterns,” in the World Conference PURPLSOC (Pursuit of Pattern Languages for Societal Change), 2015 1. New Domains of pattern languages
  33. 33. 31 patterns for fostering social entrepreneurship 1. New Domains of pattern languages Know Yourself Yes, and Energy Checkup Field Diving Quick Actions Training for Innovation Sustainable System Root Rediscovery Roadmap to the North Star Success Prototyping Scale Out Change Construction Preparation Mission Defining Implementation Mindset Microvision Trust Your Instinct Idol Imitation Juice Work and Life Frontiership Detective Eyes Market Research Leverage Point3W1H Invite Aliens Excitement Delivery Stage Setting Pile of Efforts Obsession with Everything Inspire Evangelists Passion Teller Outcome Measurer Medium Communication Idea Catcher Professionalism Trusteam Change Making Patterns A Pattern Language for Fostering Social Entrepreneurship Eri Shimomukai Sumire Nakamura with Takashi Iba CreativeShiftChangeMakingPatterns-­APatternLanguageforFosteringSocialEntrepreneurship Eri Shimomukai, Sumire Nakamura with Takashi Iba, Change Making Patterns: A Pattern Language for Fostering Social Entrepreneurship, CreativeShift Lab, 2015
  34. 34. Survival Language is a pattern language to support survival when a catastrophic earthquake occurs. The basis of this proposal comes from the problem that although countries like Japan have experienced numerous catastrophic earthquakes, avoidable tragedies continue to be repeated because knowledge about disaster risk reduction has not been disseminated effectively. Survival Language is focused specifically at the individual level. It is true that there are many levels of community and governmental support when a catastrophic earthquake occurs. However, such supports are useless if individuals do not survive. It is critical to individual survival to provide techniques for immediate personal implementation when an earthquake occurs. Survival Language seeks to support immediate decisions before, during, and after an earthquake strikes, and to recall earthquake safety measures even in ordinary moments of daily life. Tomoki Furukawazono is a Ph.D. candidate in the Graduate School of Media and Governance at Keio University. He is a senior visiting researcher of Keio Research Institute of SFC. He earned a Master of Media and Governance at the Graduate School of Media and Governance, Keio University. Furukawazono is currently the leader of Survival Language Project. He studies the thought of Christopher Alexander, the father of Pattern Languages. Takashi Iba is an associate professor at the Faculty of Policy Management at Keio University, Japan. He received a Ph.D. in Media and Governance from Keio University in 2003. Collaborating with his students, Dr. Iba created many pattern languages concerning human actions. He authored Learning Patterns (2014), Presentation Patterns (2014), and Collaboration Patterns (2014). Survival Language A Pattern Language for Surviving Earthquakes Tomoki Furukawazono & Takashi Iba with Survival Language Project CreativeShiftSurvivalLanguage-­APatternLanguageforSurvivingEarthquakes http://www.amazon.com/dp/1312873337/ Tomoki Furukawazono, Takashi Iba with Survival Language Project, Survival Language: A Pattern Language for Surviving Earthquakes, CreativeShift Lab, 2015 • Furukawazono, T., Seshimo, S., Muramatsu, D. and Iba, T., “Designing A Pattern Language for Surviving Earthquakes,” in the 3rd International Conference on Collaborative Innovation Networks (COINs13), 2013! • Furukawazono, T., Seshimo, S., Muramatsu, D. and Iba, T., “Survival language: a pattern language for surviving earthquakes,” in the 20th International Conference on Pattern Language of Programs (PLoP2013), 2013! • Furukawazono, T., Motoi, M., Oki, S., and Iba, T., “Survival Language: A Pattern Language for Surviving Megaquakes,” in the 3rd Asian Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs (AsianPLoP2014), 2014! • Furukawazono, T. and Iba, T., “Designing Survival Behavior for Earthquakes with Survival Language,” in the World Conference PURPLSOC (Pursuit of Pattern Languages for Societal Change), 2015 Survival 1. New Domains of pattern languages
  35. 35. Tomoki Furukawazono, Takashi Iba with Survival Language Project, Survival Language: A Pattern Language for Surviving Earthquakes, CreativeShift Lab, 2015 20 patterns for designing preparation and emergent actions for big earthquakes 1. New Domains of pattern languages Survival Survival S urvival Designing Preparation Designing Emergency Action Designing Life After Quake Survival Language Project ilab-survival@sfc.keio.ac.jp Daily Use of Reserves 1981 Line Evacuation before Firefighting Armadillo Pose Cover and Hold on Life over Furniture Kick Signal Shrine Shelter Evacuation Initiator Pattern Gift vival when s proposal apan have avoidable dge about ely. ual level. It vernmental wever, such critical to e personal ons before, earthquake Graduate e is a senior earned a School of is currently thought of y of Policy a Ph.D. in llaborating languages erns (2014), (2014). Survival Language A Pattern Language for Surviving Earthquakes Tomoki Furukawazono & Takashi Iba with Survival Language Project CreativeShiftSurvivalLanguage-­APatternLanguageforSurvivingEarthquakes
  36. 36. http://www.amazon.com/dp/1312734841/ Takashi Iba, Makoto Okada, Iba Laboratory , Dementia Friendly Japan Initiative, Words for a Journey: The Art of Being with Dementia, CreativeShift Lab, 2015 • Iba, T., Matsumoto, A., Kamada, A., Tamaki, N., Matsumura, T., Kaneko, T. and Okada, M, “A Pattern Language for Living Well with Dementia: Words for a Journey," in the 5th International Conference on Collaborative Innovation Networks (COINs15), 2015 7348457813129 ISBN 978-1-312-73484-5 90000 1. New Domains of pattern languages “Dementia is a broad category of brain diseases that cause long term loss of the ability to think and reason clearly that is severe enough to affect a person's daily functioning.” such as Alzheimer’s, Lewy bodies, Pick's disease.
  37. 37. WORDS FOR THE CARING WORDS FOR THE CARED WORDS FOR EVERYONE • It’s for sharing ideas and practical knowledge on living with Dementia.! • It helps the person with Dementia, family, and everyone to imagine their actions for living well.! • It enables us to talk with others toward Dementia-friendly society 7348457813129 ISBN 978-1-312-73484-5 90000 1. New Domains of pattern languages Of the elderly people over 65 years of age in Japan, including those with mild symptoms, over 8 million have Dementia. These statistics reveal that 1 in 4 elderly or 1 in 15 Japanese overall have dementia.
  38. 38. 15 Gift of Words12 Live in the Moment 13 Self-Intro Album 14 Own Way of Expressing 11 Turning the Tide10 Voice of Experience 7 Daily Chore 8 Self-Reflecting Room 9 Favorite Place 6 Can-Do List5 Fellow Travelers2 The First Step 3 Departure Announcement 4 Travel Plan WORDS FOR THE CARED 1. New Domains of pattern languages
  39. 39. 16 Going Together 17 Team Leader 30 Generational Mix 31 The Amusement Committee 32 Hint of Feelings28 Casual Counseling 29 Special Day 25 The Seen World 26 Personal Time 27 Emotion Switch23 Make it Funny 24 Usual Talk 20 Disclosing Chat 21 Chance to Shine 22 Preparation for the Dream 18 Family Expert 19 The Three Consultants WORDS FOR THE CARING 1. New Domains of pattern languages
  40. 40. 37 Mix-Up Event 33 Job-Specific Contributions 38 Inventing Jobs 34 On-the-Spot Helper 39 Delivering the Voice 35 Encouraging Supporter 40 Warm Design 36 Personal Connections WORDS FOR EVERYONE 1. New Domains of pattern languages
  41. 41. WORDS FOR THE CARING WORDS FOR THE CARED WORDS FOR EVERYONE • It’s for sharing ideas and practical knowledge on living with Dementia.! • It helps the person with Dementia, family, and everyone to imagine their actions for living well.! • It enables us to talk with others toward Dementia-friendly society 7348457813129 ISBN 978-1-312-73484-5 90000 1. New Domains of pattern languages
  42. 42. Quality of Life (QOL) Pattern language is aimed to achieving good quality with Dementia “the house is no longer an ‘object’ which is manufactured, but a thing of love, which is nurtured, made, grown, and personal” (Alexander, 1985)! ! “families would design their own houses” (Alexander, 1985) 1. New Domains of pattern languages Alexander, C., The Production of Houses, Oxford University Press, 1985
  43. 43. Takashi Iba, Makoto Okada, Iba Laboratory, Dementia Friendly Japan Initiative, Maruzen Publishing, 2015 (in Japanese)Japanese edition of Words for a Journey 1. New Domains of pattern languages
  44. 44. 1. New Domains of pattern languages Asahi Shimbun
  45. 45. 1. New Domains of pattern languages Kanagawa Shimbun
  46. 46. Silver News 1. New Domains
  47. 47. 47 1. New Domains of pattern languages Sankei Shimbun
  48. 48. The Journey Continues … If you have a feeling that you might have “words for a journey,” please share it with someone. Write it out for that person. Create your original “words for a journey.”! ! We will continue our search for new “words for a journey” together with you readers in order to keep updating our collection of words. Please send us any of your wisdom to live well with dementia.! ! The Words for a Journey Project! E-mail: journey@sfc.keio.ac.jp! Web-site: http://journey.sfc.keio.ac.jp/ 7348457813129 ISBN 978-1-312-73484-5 90000 1. New Domains of pattern languages
  49. 49. Pattern Language 3.0 Seminar Series for Industry 1st season: 2014.4 - 2014.10 2nd season: 2015.3 - 1. New Domains of pattern languages
  50. 50. SFC Open Research Forum 2014 Pattern Language 3.0 Seminar Series for Industry 1st season: 2014.4 - 2014.10 2nd season: 2015.3 - 1. New Domains of pattern languages
  51. 51. Pattern Language 3.0 in Government Offices Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (2013 - 2014) 1. New Domains of pattern languages
  52. 52. Pattern Language 3.0 for Kids Presentation Patterns for Kids, Asahi Shogakusei Shimbun (2014) 1. New Domains of pattern languages
  53. 53. Frontiers of the Pattern Language method New Process2. of creating pattern languages Holistic Mining Mining Interview & Workshop Pattern Illustrating New Ways3. of using pattern languages Dialogue Planning & Reflection Idea Generation New Tools4. for using pattern languages Cards Web Systems Stickers New Theory5. behind pattern languages of pattern languages New Domains1. Learning, Presentation, Collaboration Change Making, Surviving Earthquakes Living well with Dementia Fundamental Behavioral Properties
  54. 54. New Process2. of creating pattern languages Holistic Mining Mining Interview & Workshop Pattern Illustrating
  55. 55. We need to open the black box, and design how to design pattern language. The method of pattern language has been applied to various domains. In this context How to create pattern language is not well-known. Alexander does not seem be interested in how to design pattern language. Therefore 2. New Process of creating pattern languages
  56. 56. Several practices in the software patterns community 2. New Process of creating pattern languages - Shepherding! - Writers’ Workshop PLoP2013
  57. 57. 1. Element Mining! ! 2. Visual Clustering! ! 3. Seed Making 2. New Process of creating pattern languages Holistic Pattern Mining • Iba, T. and Isaku, T., ”Holistic Pattern-Mining Patterns: A Pattern Language for Pattern Mining on a Holistic Approach," the 19th Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs (PLoP2012), 2012
  58. 58. The case of the Collaboration Patterns (2012) A Creative Collaboration creates new values that can change the world. In a Creative Collaboration, an emergent vigor is produced where team members motivate each other and grow together. This new vigor cannot be attributed to any one team member but to the team as a whole. How can such a Creative Collaboration be achieved? The secrets are scribed in this book. Collaboration Patterns presents 34 distinct patterns that show tips, methods, and views for a successful collaboration. The Collaboration Patterns are written as a pattern language that summarizes the design knowledge that develops from a person’s experience into the form of a pattern. It pairs a problem that occurs in a certain context of a design with its solution and gives it a name. The users of a pattern language must select a pattern on the basis of the context in which it is being used, and fit the abstract solution to their specific situation. The Collaboration Patterns here are in a pattern language that helps a team achieve a Creative Collaboration. Along with discovering ways to practice effective teamwork, we hope you can also imagine the possibilities pattern languages offer. Read through the pages and use any or all of the Collaboration Patterns to make your collaborative projects successful. Takashi Iba is an associate professor at the Faculty of Policy Management and the Graduate School of Media and Governance at Keio University, Japan. He received a Ph.D. in Media and Governance from Keio University in 2003, and continued as a visiting scholar at the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence during the 2009 academic year. With collaborating with his students, Dr. Iba created many pattern languages concerning human actions. He authored Learning Patterns (2014), Presentation Patterns (2014), and many academic books in Japanese such as the bestselling Introduction to Complex Systems (1998). Takashi Iba with Iba Laboratory Collaboration Patterns A Pattern Language for Creative Collaboration CreativeShiftIBACollaborationPatterns―APatternLanguageforCreativeCollaborations Holistic Pattern Mining 2. New Process of creating pattern languages https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=plpwld6dIms
  59. 59. The case of the Collaboration Patterns (2012) Holistic Pattern Mining 2. New Process of creating pattern languages A Creative Collaboration creates new values that can change the world. In a Creative Collaboration, an emergent vigor is produced where team members motivate each other and grow together. This new vigor cannot be attributed to any one team member but to the team as a whole. How can such a Creative Collaboration be achieved? The secrets are scribed in this book. Collaboration Patterns presents 34 distinct patterns that show tips, methods, and views for a successful collaboration. The Collaboration Patterns are written as a pattern language that summarizes the design knowledge that develops from a person’s experience into the form of a pattern. It pairs a problem that occurs in a certain context of a design with its solution and gives it a name. The users of a pattern language must select a pattern on the basis of the context in which it is being used, and fit the abstract solution to their specific situation. The Collaboration Patterns here are in a pattern language that helps a team achieve a Creative Collaboration. Along with discovering ways to practice effective teamwork, we hope you can also imagine the possibilities pattern languages offer. Read through the pages and use any or all of the Collaboration Patterns to make your collaborative projects successful. Takashi Iba is an associate professor at the Faculty of Policy Management and the Graduate School of Media and Governance at Keio University, Japan. He received a Ph.D. in Media and Governance from Keio University in 2003, and continued as a visiting scholar at the MIT Center for Collective Intelligence during the 2009 academic year. With collaborating with his students, Dr. Iba created many pattern languages concerning human actions. He authored Learning Patterns (2014), Presentation Patterns (2014), and many academic books in Japanese such as the bestselling Introduction to Complex Systems (1998). Takashi Iba with Iba Laboratory Collaboration Patterns A Pattern Language for Creative Collaboration CreativeShiftIBACollaborationPatterns―APatternLanguageforCreativeCollaborations https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=plpwld6dIms
  60. 60. Mining Interview & Workshop 2. New Process of creating pattern languages Mining WorkshopMining Interview
  61. 61. Interviewed with the person with Dementia and their family 2. New Process of creating pattern languages 7348457813129 ISBN 978-1-312-73484-5 90000
  62. 62. Interviewed with the person with Dementia and their family 2. New Process of creating pattern languages
  63. 63. Made groups of similar problems / similar solutions 2. New Process of creating pattern languages Wrote down ideas and problems, then categorized them.! Tried to make new categories, avoiding to converge into typical categories.
  64. 64. Made groups of similar problems / similar solutions 2. New Process of creating pattern languages Wrote down ideas and problems, then categorized them.! Tried to make new categories, avoiding to converge into typical categories.
  65. 65. Brushed up the patterns again and again for several months. 2. New Process of creating pattern languages Wrote the ideas and problems into the format of Context, Problem, and Solution. Brushed up them again and again for several months.
  66. 66. 2. New Process of creating pattern languages Pattern Illustrating Drawing Illustrations for patterns is the key to bringing up the quality of patterns Touching Gift Community of Learning Preparation for the Dream Make it Funny Tornado of Learning
  67. 67. Presentation Patterns Project (2011) 2. New Process of creating pattern languages
  68. 68. Presentation Patterns Project (2011) 2. New Process of creating pattern languages
  69. 69. Presentation Patterns Project (2011) 2. New Process of creating pattern languages
  70. 70. Words for a Journey Project (2014) 2. New Process of creating pattern languages
  71. 71. 2538347813299 ISBN 978-1-329-25383-4 90000 http://www.lulu.com/shop/paperback/product-22238760.html Takashi Iba with Iba Laboratory, Collaboration Patterns: A Pattern Language for Creative Collaboration, CreativeShift Lab, 2015 • Harasawa, K., Miyazaki, N., Sakuraba, R., Iba, T., “The Nature of Pattern Illustrating: The Theory and The Process of Pattern Illustrating,“ in the 21st International Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs (PLoP2014), 2014 will be available on amazon.com soon. 2. New Process of creating pattern languages Pattern Illustrating 32 Center Words Hunting You are going to draw the pattern illustration. No.4 33 Drawing all of the pattern’s elements doesn’t express the pattern’s essence. Patterns for human action are constructed with Context, Prob- lem, Solution, and Consequence. This information includes what read- ers should do, when readers should act, how readers might feel using the pattern, and so on. However, if you draw all this information, read- ers won’t be able to grasp the pattern’s meaning. Identify essential strong words or phrases to grasp the pattern’s es- sence. We call these words or phrases “center words.” Center words ap- pear mostly in the Solution and Consequence, but they are also found in Problem and Context, so read the whole pattern several times. Also, the pattern description isn’t always perfect, so reconsider suitable words that best describe the pattern. Communicate with the pattern writer to pattern in your own words. You will be able to discover and express Essencial Message that com- pose the pattern and transform them into illustrations. Also, while you address the pattern content in various ways, you might detect more suitable words for the pattern. Polishing Word Sense is important for good hunting of center words. ▷ 1. Essential Message ▷ 25. Polishing Word Sense
  72. 72. Harasawa, K., Miyazaki N., Sakuraba R., Iba, T., A Tale of Pattern Illustrating, CreativeShift Lab, 2015 • Harasawa, K., Miyazaki, N., Sakuraba, R., Iba, T., “The Nature of Pattern Illustrating: The Theory and The Process of Pattern Illustrating,“ in the 21st International Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs (PLoP2014), 2014 Kaori Harasawa, Natsumi Miyazaki, Rika Sakuraba and Takashi Iba 9410837813129 ISBN 978-1-312-94108-3 90000 CreativeShift http://www.amazon.com/dp/1312941081/ What are these? These are the tools that Mr. Put uses for his work. He puts clay on these objects and creates artwork that anyone can understand. There he is! Both the boy and Pip walk along the street out of the woods and come upon an atelier containing objects made of wire. Hi, Mr. Put! What? Sure. Are you still working on the artwork? Make sure to take a rest. By the way, I want to introduce my friend to your artwork. Can we stay here for a while? Don’t worry, we won’t bother you. Mr. Put is reticent, but he knows how to take good care of people. Pattern Illustrating 2. New Process of creating pattern languages
  73. 73. Come over to our world! I want to introduce you to some people, so you can draw the pattern illustrations. That’s the entrance! … Hi Little Magician, Little Dancer, and Little Traveler! Hi! How are you? We! Hey! How have you been? Are! It’s Pip! Good to see you! Great! Look there. Mr. Put is checking both the object and the note. He is thinking about ideas of what to put on different parts of the wire to create a good piece of work. Oh no! I don’t have any notes! What should I do, Pip? Really? Don’t you have other center words that we haven’t used? Oh, those will give me a hint? Okay. a boy Pip Little Magician! Little Dancer! Little Traveler Mr. Put Mr. Cut The theory and practice of Pattern Languages have widely spread, and pattern languages for creative activities are created in various domains. One day, a guide from the world of pattern illustrations has appeared in front of a little boy who is writing a pattern. With the help of the guide, the little boy meets many villagers of the world of pattern illustrations and develops his understanding of the importance and excitement of drawing pattern illustrations. This tail invites you to understand what pattern illustrations are and how to draw them. 2. New Process of creating pattern languages
  74. 74. 2538347813299 ISBN 978-1-329-25383-4 90000Kaori Harasawa, Natsumi Miyazaki, Rika Sakuraba and Takashi Iba 0000 CreativeShift 2. New Process of creating pattern languages
  75. 75. Pattern Name Problem Solution Context Forces ConsequenceActions In this context Because of these Forces Therefore As a Result For exampe POSITIVE NEGATIVE Image (Ideas of Pattern Name) Pattern Writing Sheet This work “Pattern Writing Sheet” by Takashi Iba is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. See the details about the license at the site http://creativecommons.org/ licenses/ Contact us by E-mail in advance, if you want to use this sheet for commercial or business. E-Mail: contact [at] creativeshift.jp Ver.0.91 Takashi Iba, 2014 Subject 3 5 7 4-1 4-2 1 2-1 6-1 2-2 6-2 What kind of theme or domain do you want to write a pattern about? Why does the problem occur? What kind of forces are at work? What kind of situation is it when the problem occurs? A good name expresses the essence and is memorable. Usually very ordinary language with two nous or nous and adjective. Utter the name in order to check whether it is easy to say as common language. Be concrete, for example What is the Consequence of the Solution? +: Positive Consequence, generating living quality - : Negative Consequence, side effects Try to sketch the pattern showing the conflicting forces and the solution that resolves the conflict. Give a Name to this pattern imagine the essence of this pattern. Is there an important tip or technique in the theme or domain? Identify one important thing you really want to share with colleagues and newcomers. First think a lot, then choose just one. Think of new words to express this pattern. Forces in a pattern are laws or tendencies that we cannot change and which make the problem difficult because they can be incompatible. Be abstract. It can be said as When or where does the problem occur? Specify the context. Refer to the image when thinking of a Name with Instructions t implement the Solution? Pattern Writing Sheet for helping new writers to write their patterns Iba, T., “A Journey on the Way to Pattern Writing Designing the Pattern Writing Sheet,”! in the 21st Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs, 2014 2. New Process of creating pattern languages
  76. 76. Creating Own Pattern Language by Kids Patterns for self-directed learning at home (elementary school, 12 years old) Pattern Mining - Clustering in cooperation with Kazuo Tsukahara (2014-2015) 2. New Process of creating pattern languages Pattern Writing - Revising Pattern Writing with Writing Sheet Improving their self-directed learning with their own patterns
  77. 77. Frontiers of the Pattern Language method New Process2. of creating pattern languages Holistic Mining Mining Interview & Workshop Pattern Illustrating New Ways3. of using pattern languages Dialogue Planning & Reflection Idea Generation New Tools4. for using pattern languages Cards Web Systems Stickers New Theory5. behind pattern languages of pattern languages New Domains1. Learning, Presentation, Collaboration Change Making, Surviving Earthquakes Living well with Dementia Fundamental Behavioral Properties
  78. 78. New Ways3. of using pattern languages Dialogue Planning & Reflection Idea Generation
  79. 79. We need to think of how to learn patterns and how to learn how to use pattern languages. A new pattern language has been created by making every effort. In this context It is not easy for people to understand these patterns and to feel the quality pattern will generate. Alexander does not seem be interested in piecemeal growth of knowledge inside individuals (learning) and that in a community (diffusion). Therefore 3. New Process of creating pattern languages
  80. 80. Using patterns for learning from others,! not only from the patterns themselves 3. New Process of creating pattern languages Dialogue Workshop with Pattern Languages
  81. 81. 3. New Process of creating pattern languages Iba, T., ”A Pattern Language for Designing Workshop to Introduce a Pattern Language," ! in the 17th European Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs (EuroPLoP2012), 2012 3. New Process of creating pattern languages Dialogue Workshop with Pattern Languages
  82. 82. 3. New Process of creating pattern languages3. New Process of creating pattern languages Dialogue Workshop with Pattern Languages The workshop first asks participants to list the patterns that they have already experienced. ! They would also make a list of five patterns in which they wish to use in the near future.
  83. 83. 3. New Process of creating pattern languages3. New Process of creating pattern languages Dialogue Workshop with Pattern Languages With the list of the patterns in their hands, the participants would walk around at the workshop searching for other participants who have already experienced one of the patterns on the list.
  84. 84. 3. New Process of creating pattern languages3. New Process of creating pattern languages Dialogue Workshop with Pattern Languages With the list of the patterns in their hands, the participants would walk around at the workshop searching for other participants who have already experienced one of the patterns on the list. Once they find a match, the one who has experienced the pattern would talk about the experience, and the other person would listen to it and take notes.
  85. 85. 3. New Process of creating pattern languages3. New Process of creating pattern languages Dialogue Workshop with Pattern Languages 900 freshmen participate in this workshop every year. Keio University, Japan
  86. 86. 3. New Process of creating pattern languages3. New Process of creating pattern languages Dialogue Workshop with Pattern Languages Keio University , Japan (2015)
  87. 87. 3. New Process of creating pattern languages3. New Process of creating pattern languages Analysis of feedbacks of Dialogue Workshop • Iba, T., “Pattern Languages as Media for Creative Dialogue: Functional Analysis of Dialogue Workshops,” in the PURPLSOC (Pursuit of Pattern Languages for Societal Change) Workshop 2014, 2014
  88. 88. 3. New Process of creating pattern languages3. New Process of creating pattern languages Dialogue Workshop with Pattern Languages at the University of North Carolina at Asheville
  89. 89. Dialogue Workshop with using patterns of “Words for a Journey,” Nov., 201490000 3. New Process of creating pattern languages
  90. 90. experience as a whole experience as a whole pattern pattern pattern pattern Pattern Language as Vocabulary for Communication pattern 3. New Process of creating pattern languages
  91. 91. Planning & Reflection with a Pattern Language Finding Patterns Imagining with Patterns Writing  with  Patterns Context Problem Solution Context Problem Solution Context Problem Solution Context Problem Solution Context Problem SolutionContext Problem Solution Context Problem Solution Context Problem Solution Context Problem Solution Context Problem Solution pattern pattern pattern pattern pattern pattern pattern pattern pattern pattern 3. New Process of creating pattern languages
  92. 92. Capturing growth of experiences in the light of the Learning Patterns 3. New Process of creating pattern languages 1. Opportunity of Learning 2. Learning by Creating 3. Open Your Learning 4. Jump In 5. Copycat Learner 6. Effective Asking 7. Output-Driven Learning 8. Daily Use of Foreign Language 9. Playful Learning 10. Tornado of Learning 11. Chain of Excitement! 12. Quantity brings Quality 13. Skill Embodiment 14. Language Shower 15. Tangible Growth 16. Thinking in Action 17. Prototyping 18. Field Diving 20. Hidden Connections 21. Triangular Dig 22. Passion for Exploration 23. Brain Switch 24. Fruit Farming 25. Attractive Expressions 26. The First-Draft-Halfway-Point 27. Acceleration to the Next 28. Community of Learning 29. Serendipitous Encounters 30. Good Rivals 31. Talking Thinker 32. Learning by Teaching 33. Firm Determination 34. Questioning Mind 35. The Right Way 36. Brave Changes 37. Frontier Finder 38. Self-Producer 39. Be Extreme! Core Start to Learn Learning in Practice Chain of Learning Skill Development Action Learning Abductive Thinking Creative Process Power to Complete Peers for Learning Interpersonal Learning Reflective Thinking Grow to be Unique Takashi Iba with Iba Laboratory Learning Patterns A Pattern Language for Creative Learning CreativeShiftIBALearningPatterns―APatternLanguageforCreativeLearning
  93. 93. Capturing growth of experiences in the light of the Learning Patterns 3. New Process of creating pattern languages The beginning of freshman • Iba, T., ”Using pattern languages as media for mining, analysing, and visualizing experiences", International Journal of Organisational Design and Engineering (IJODE), 2014 Vol. 3 No. 3/4, 2014, pp.278-301 Student #1 Student #2 Student #3 Student #4 Student #5 Student #6 5 patterns7 patterns 9 patterns 4 patterns8 patterns 9 patterns
  94. 94. Student #1 Student #2 Student #3 Student #4 Student #5 Student #6 5 → 347 → 37 9 → 36 4 → 378 → 30 9 → 34 The beginning of freshman 3 years later Capturing growth of experiences in the light of the Learning Patterns 3. New Process of creating pattern languages • Iba, T., ”Using pattern languages as media for mining, analysing, and visualizing experiences", International Journal of Organisational Design and Engineering (IJODE), 2014 Vol. 3 No. 3/4, 2014, pp.278-301
  95. 95. Using patterns as triggers to ! generate new ideas. 3. New Process of creating pattern languages Idea Generation with Pattern Languages
  96. 96. 7348457813129 ISBN 978-1-312-73484-5 90000 3. New Process of creating pattern languages Idea Generation with Pattern Languages
  97. 97. Frontiers of the Pattern Language method New Process2. of creating pattern languages Holistic Mining Mining Interview & Workshop Pattern Illustrating New Ways3. of using pattern languages Dialogue Planning & Reflection Idea Generation New Tools4. for using pattern languages Cards Web Systems Stickers New Theory5. behind pattern languages of pattern languages New Domains1. Learning, Presentation, Collaboration Change Making, Surviving Earthquakes Living well with Dementia Fundamental Behavioral Properties
  98. 98. New Tools4. for using pattern languages Cards Web Systems Stickers
  99. 99. Pattern Cards 4. New Tools for using pattern languages
  100. 100. Learning Pattern Cards http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00NBEGXPS/ 4. New Tools for using pattern languages
  101. 101. Presentation Pattern Cards http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00NBEBKZQ/ 4. New Tools for using pattern languages
  102. 102. Analyzing good presentations! with Presentation Pattern Cards 4. New Tools for using pattern languages
  103. 103. Analyzing good presentations! with Presentation Pattern Cards workshop for high school students 4. New Tools for using pattern languages
  104. 104. Analyzing great presentations! with Presentation Pattern Cards workshop for high school teachers 4. New Tools for using pattern languages
  105. 105. 4. New Tools for using pattern languages Collaborating to improve! their own presentations ! with Presentation Pattern Cards
  106. 106. Collaboration Pattern Cards http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00NBEFLGK/ 4. New Tools for using pattern languages
  107. 107. Sharing the stories of experience! of successful collaboration! with Collaboration Pattern Cards workshop for change makers on social issues 4. New Tools for using pattern languages
  108. 108. Collaboration Patterns Cards 4. New Tools for using pattern languages PURPLSOC2014
  109. 109. 4. New Tools for using pattern languages Reflecting on their project! with Collaboration Pattern Cards
  110. 110. 4. New Tools for using pattern languages Drawing future vision of the project! with Collaboration Pattern Cards
  111. 111. 4. New Tools for using pattern languages A Web system to utilize pattern languages Writing user’s own experiences in poetic way with using the Generative Beauty Patterns Iba, T., Kimura, N., Sakai, S., “`Feeling of Life’ System with a Pattern Language,” ! in the 21st International Conference on Pattern Language of Programs (PLoP2014), 2014 ALL | FAVORITE | PATTERNS タイトル タイトル タイトル タイトル タイトル タイトル タイトル タイトル タイトル タイトル タイトル
  112. 112. 4. New Tools for using pattern languages •an online system in which users diagnoses themselves through a series of questions based on a pattern language, and visualizes what parts of the pattern language they are able to do now, and what kinds of patterns could be taken in for improvement. •The system guides users through user-set projects in terms of patterns, and helps them gain growth. •Users of the system will enter short episodes of experiences with the pattern, which the system will systematically synthesize into a visual map which shows successful and unsuccessful parts of the project. A Web system to diagnose with pattern languages Isaku, T., Yamazaki, K., Iba, T., ”Pattern Diagnostic System - A Diagnostic Approach to Pattern Applications," in 20th International Conference on Pattern Language of Programs (PLoP2013), 2013
  113. 113. 4. New Tools for using pattern languages Stickers of patterns
  114. 114. Frontiers of the Pattern Language method New Process2. of creating pattern languages Holistic Mining Mining Interview & Workshop Pattern Illustrating New Ways3. of using pattern languages Dialogue Planning & Reflection Idea Generation New Tools4. for using pattern languages Cards Web Systems Stickers New Theory5. behind pattern languages of pattern languages New Domains1. Learning, Presentation, Collaboration Change Making, Surviving Earthquakes Living well with Dementia Fundamental Behavioral Properties
  115. 115. New Theory5. behind pattern languages Fundamental Behavioral Properties
  116. 116. • Takashi Iba, Shingo Sakai, “Understanding Christopher Alexander’s Fifteen Properties via Visualization and Analysis,” in the PURPLSOC (Pursuit of Pattern Languages for Societal Change) Workshop 2014, 2014 15 Fundamental Geometrical Properties 5. New Theory behind pattern languages Christopher Alexander, The Nature of Order, BOOK ONE: The Phenomenon of Life, The Center for Environmental Structure, 2002
  117. 117. 24 Fundamental Behavioral Properties 5. New Theory behind pattern languages Iba, T, Kimura, N., Akado, Y., Honda, T. “The Fundamental Behavioral Properties,” in the World Conference PURPLSOC (Pursuit of Pattern Languages for Societal Change), 2015! Iba, T. Kamada, A., Akado, Y., Honda, T., Sasabe, A., Kogure, S., “Fundamental Behavioral Properties, Part I: Extending the Theory of Centers for Pattern LanguageE 3.0”, in the 20th European Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs (EuroPLoP15), 2015 1. BOOTSTRAP 4. ATTRACTION 10. ACCOMPANY 7. BUILDING UP 19. AIMING 13. SELECTION 22. DIFFERENTIATING 16. LOOSENESS 17. FLEXIBILITY 23. OVERLAPPING 14. SIMPLIFICATION 20. CONNECTING 12. EMPATHY 9. REFLECTING 3. SPREADING 6. TOGETHERNESS 2. SOURCE 5. INVOLVING 11. ENHANCING 8. GROWTH 24. CONTINUATION 15. CONSISTENCY 21. POSITIONING 18. ABUNDANCE
  118. 118. 1.Finding the Mechanism Behind the Patterns We examined behavioral patterns previously written which helped us find these behavioral properties.! We began by reading the patterns in order to understand the liveliness within the patterns and what kind of mechanism creates that liveliness.! The action of centers behind the patterns is what we call the behavioral properties.! We then grouped the patterns with similar action of centers to which led to us finding the basis of behavioral properties. 5. New Theory behind pattern languages 24 Fundamental Behavioral Properties
  119. 119. 2.Refining and Revising the Properties 5. New Theory behind pattern languages In order to validate our findings, we then used the properties we found to examine the liveliness of other human action pattern languages. ! By doing so, we were able to verify the universality of them and also found some missing properties. ! Additionally, we found some items we initially thought would be core properties but during this refining phase were removed. 24 Fundamental Behavioral Properties
  120. 120. 3.Describing Behavioral Properties 5. New Theory behind pattern languages Finally, while considering the relationship between these behavioral properties, we expressed how they create the liveliness by illustration and description, in order to make them shareable. 24 Fundamental Behavioral Properties
  121. 121. 5. New Theory behind pattern languages 24 Fundamental Behavioral Properties 1. BOOTSTRAP 4. ATTRACTION 10. ACCOMPANY 7. BUILDING UP 19. AIMING 13. SELECTION 22. DIFFERENTIATING 16. LOOSENESS 17. FLEXIBILITY 23. OVERLAPPING 14. SIMPLIFICATION 20. CONNECTING 12. EMPATHY 9. REFLECTING 3. SPREADING 6. TOGETHERNESS 2. SOURCE 5. INVOLVING 11. ENHANCING 8. GROWTH 24. CONTINUATION 15. CONSISTENCY 21. POSITIONING 18. ABUNDANCE Iba, T, Kimura, N., Akado, Y., Honda, T. “The Fundamental Behavioral Properties,” in the World Conference PURPLSOC (Pursuit of Pattern Languages for Societal Change), 2015! Iba, T. Kamada, A., Akado, Y., Honda, T., Sasabe, A., Kogure, S., “Fundamental Behavioral Properties, Part I: Extending the Theory of Centers for Pattern LanguageE 3.0”, in the 20th European Conference on Pattern Languages of Programs (EuroPLoP15), 2015
  122. 122. Frontiers of the Pattern Language method New Process2. of creating pattern languages Holistic Mining Mining Interview & Workshop Pattern Illustrating New Ways3. of using pattern languages Dialogue Planning & Reflection Idea Generation New Tools4. for using pattern languages Cards Web Systems Stickers New Theory5. behind pattern languages of pattern languages New Domains1. Learning, Presentation, Collaboration Change Making, Surviving Earthquakes Living well with Dementia Fundamental Behavioral Properties
  123. 123. Pattern Language 1.0 Since the late 1970s Pattern Language 2.0 Pattern Language 3.0 Since the late 1980s Since the late 1990s Since the late 2000s Bridging among the different Generations (Genre) of Pattern Languages
  124. 124. http://generativefilms.org/?p=132 http://generativefilms.org/?p=318 http://generativefilms.org/?p=168 The Beginning of Writers’ Workshop The Starting Point of Software Patterns History from A Pattern Language to ! The Nature of Order
  125. 125. Murray Silverstein Co-author of Alexander’s A Pattern Language & The Oregon Experiment Howard Davis Co-author of Alexander’s The Production of Houses Hajo NeisMax Jacobson Co-author of Alexander’s The New Theory of Urban Design &The Battle Author of papers about Generative Code Michael MehaffyGary Black Co-author of Alexander’s The Mary Rose Museum Randy Schmidt Vice President of Center for Environmental Structure co-author of Alexander's The Production of Houses Donald B. Corner Campus Planning, Design & Construction of the University of Oregon Christine Taylor! Thompson Co-author of Alexander’s A Pattern Language Jenny Quillien Author of Delight's Muse: on Christopher Alexander's THE NATURE OF ORDER
  126. 126. Ward Cunningham Applied the idea of pattern language from architecture to software design Ralf Johnson Co-authors of Design Patterns: Elements of Reusable Object- Oriented Software Richard Gabriel Introduced writers's workshop to the software pattern community Joseph Yoder President of Hillside group Author of Patterns for Fault Tolerant Software Bob Hanmer Joshua Kerievsky Author of Refactoring to Patterns and "Pools of Insight: A Pattern Language for Study Groups” Till Schümmer Author of Patterns for Computer-Mediated Interaction Allan Kelly Author of Business Patterns for Software Developers Didi Schütz Klaus Marquardt President of Hillside Europe Vice President of Hillside Europe George Platts Game Master of PLoP conference Co-Author of Fearless Change: Patterns for Introducing New Ideas Linda RisingMary Lynn Manns Co-Author of Fearless Change: Patterns for Introducing New Ideas & Pedagogical Patterns: Advice For Educators Co-Author of “Pedagogical Patterns: Advice For Educators" Joseph Bergin Eugene Wallingford Co-author of Pedagogical Patterns: Advice For Educators Christian Kohls Editor of Investigations of E- Learning Patterns: Context Factors, Problems and Solutions. Rossana Andrade One of key person of SugarloafPLoP, Patterns for the Internet of Things,
  127. 127. http://generativefilms.org
  128. 128. New Process2. of creating pattern languages Holistic Mining Mining Interview & Workshop Pattern Illustrating New Ways3. of using pattern languages Dialogue Planning & Reflection Idea Generation New Tools4. for using pattern languages Cards Web Systems Stickers New Theory5. behind pattern languages of pattern languages New Domains1. Learning, Presentation, Collaboration Change Making, Surviving Earthquakes Living well with Dementia Fundamental Behavioral Properties PURPLSOC2015 - KEYNOTE | Takashi Iba Pattern Language 3.0 and Fundamental Behavioral Properties

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