Why is architecture important ? Complex systems need an architecture. It gives an overview for the system at hand and is used as a planning purpose, for investments, for development and for required changes in the system over time.

Reuse

Reuse

Reuse, something that you once created or had, and can use again

In communication, this might connect to integrity or consistency.

Most such uses may change somewhat overtime as the result of maturing.

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Information Architect

Information Architect

An architect holds responsibility for the solution to a problem.

He also documents the system, its subsystems and relationships between subsystems.

Included are also the principles that govern subsequent development.

His documentation contains the model that serves as input for those that will develop the  required system.

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Patterns

Patterns

I look at the world, its society, its systems, written and unwritten protocols and rules...

And I see patterns, things that occur many times in some kind of system.

Patterns may lead to change, drastical change, and a new pattern will emerge.

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The Design of Everyday Things

The Design of Everyday Things

The design of everyday things. A book by Donald Norman.

 

It focuses on intuitive designs without the necessity of a manual to explain the functions.

Implicit systems where I design much more explicit systems, explaing it all in layman terms.

Car radios, cameras, overhead projectors, smartphones and many more.

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Architecture Thinking

Architecture Thinking

In May, 2004, I had a chance to visit Brussels, the beautiful Belgian capital. I stayed at the Ibis hotel which is located in the North West of the city, near the exposition area. That day, I was up early and had a chance to take part in the breakfast that was offered by the hotel. There were not many people in the room that was created for this purpose. It was Sunday when most of us are not so much pressed for time.

 

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Introduction to Architecture

Introduction to Architecture

If we look at architectures, the results of architecting by architects, the following examples may support this.

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Architects go the extra mile

Architects go the extra mile

Good architects are rare and busy people. There is a great shortage of good architects. Compare them to mid fielders in football or soccer, they will go the extra miles. They are fire fighters, especially where it concerns supporting fellow architects and responding to email. They have good nerves and can stand stress. And even with a busy schedule they will find the time to assist other, more junior architects. They fly from place to place to sort things out, bringing order to chaos.

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