Top 100 Interesting Quotes About Patterns in Design

Top 100 Interesting Quotes About Patterns in Design Quotes Curated by Factober

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October 15, 2020

Patterns in Design Quotes

Patterns in the design are important concepts. Patterns play important role in the construction of larger systems. They’re the blueprints for a much larger approach. What do you think about the patterns in designs?

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  1. A pattern is an idea that has been useful in one practical context and will probably be useful in others. Martin Fowlera
  2. A pattern is either right or wrong…it is no stronger than its weakest point. William Morris
  3. All fixed set patterns are incapable of adaptability or pliability. The truth is outside of all fixed patterns. Bruce Lee
  4. All is pattern, all life, but we can’t always see the pattern when we’re part of it. Belva Plain
  5. Art is pattern informed by sensibility. Herbert Read
  6. As people, we love pattern. But interrupted pattern is more interesting. Jay Maisel
  7. Be a pattern to others and then all will go well. Marcus Tullius Cicero
  8. Be at peace and see a clear pattern and plan running through your lives. Nothing is by chance. Eileen Caddy
  9. Character is expressed through our behavior patterns, or natural responses to things. Joyce Meyer
  10. Clouds float in the same pattern only once. Wayne Shorter
  11. Creativeness is finding patterns where none exist. Thomas M. Disch
  12. Each human is uniquely different. Like snowflakes, the human pattern is never cast twice. Alice Childress
  13. Every human life had its pattern that had to be worked out slowly to its ultimate conclusion. Irving Stone
  14. Finding patterns is the essence of wisdom. Dennis Prager
  15. For the complete life, the perfect pattern includes old age as well as youth and maturity. W. Somerset Maugham
  16. Human beings are pattern-seeking animals who will prefer even a bad theory or a conspiracy theory to no theory at all. Christopher Hitchens
  17. Juggling is sometimes called the art of controlling patterns, controlling patterns in time and space. Ronald Graham
  18. Layering in different patterns will keep things from appearing too studied. Nate Berkus quotes
  19. Look for patterns, and then ask why those patterns exist. Debra Kaye
  20. Mathematics is the science of patterns, and nature exploits just about every pattern that there is. Ian Stewart
  21. Metaphor is not just the detection of patterns; it is the creation of patterns. James Geary
  22. My days all follow much the same pattern. They are structured and typical. Shigeru Miyamoto
  23. No pattern should be without some sort of meaning. William Morris
  24. One of the deepest habitual patterns that we have is to feel that now is not enough. Pema Chodron
  25. One should never mistake pattern for meaning. Iain Banks
  26. Our biggest failure is our failure to see patterns. Marilyn Ferguson
  27. Patterns exist in our seemingly patternless lives, and the most common pattern is the circle. Dean Koontz
  28. Self-destructive patterns cause as much suffering as outer catastrophes. Anais Nin
  29. Strategy is a pattern in a stream of decisions. Henry Mintzberg
  30. Structure your thought pattern to what you want to achieve and who you want to become. Agu Jaachynma N.E.
  31. Success is following the pattern of life one enjoys most. Al Capp
  32. Successful people follow successful patterns. Sterling W Sill
  33. The habit patterns of the human mind are very strong and make it seem that the hard way is easy and the easy way is hard. Eckhart Tolle
  34. The human brain is an incredible pattern-matching machine. Jeff Bezos
  35. The mental pattern must always precede the material form. William Walker Atkinson
  36. The pattern of the narrative never of necessity wants to end, it never has to. Robert Creeley
  37. The patterns we perceive are determined by the stories we want to believe. John Verndon
  38. The suppression of inner patterns in favor of patterns created by society is dangerous to us. Anais Nin
  39. Theories are patterns without value. What counts is action. Constantin Brancusi
  40. There are patterns which emerge in one’s life, circling and returning anew, an endless variation of a theme    Jacqueline Carey
  41. Time is an encoded pattern of fabric woven with information & energy. Vishwanath S J
  42. Understanding of life begins with the understanding of patterns. Fritjof Capra
  43. We have proven a new pattern of abundance. We pray that we may also help to make a pattern for peace. Wheeler McMillen
  44. What we call chaos is just patterns we haven’t recognized. What we call random is just patterns we can’t decipher. Chuck Palahniuk
  45. When information overload occurs, pattern recognition is how to determine truth. Marshall McLuhan
  46. When patterns are broken, new worlds emerge. Tuli Kupferberg
  47. When there’s a pattern of mistakes, something has got to change. Roger Goodell
  48. When we can’t see a pattern, we fit pieces together until one takes shape, because we have to. Tana French
  49. Wrong thoughts pattern your life towards it for we live our thoughts. Agu Jaachynma N.E.
  50. After seven to ten days, the nit hatches and becomes what is known as a nymph, or a young louse. Cycles are essential to life. Without patterns our bodies would wander off into the middle of a parched field and just stand there staring up at the sky. Sabrina Orah Mark
  51. America’s intellectual community has never been very bright. Or honest. They’re all sheep, following whatever the intellectual fashion of the decade happens to be. Demanding that everyone follow their dicta in lockstep. Everyone has to be open-minded and tolerant of the things they believe, but God forbid they should ever concede, even for a moment, that someone who disagrees with them might have some fingerhold of truth. Orson Scott Card
  52. And there by the door was a big piece of some kind of woven fabric, neatly framed and under glass, with a pattern of blue leaves and vines and speckled birds and little white flowers, and everything so close and tight that it played with my eyes and made me squint. And the funny thing was, I was almost sure I’d seen that pattern somewhere before. For a minute I looked at it, trying to work out the design. The leaves looked a bit like strawberry-leaves, and there were strawberries in there too, which made me think of my strawberry wood, grown dark and strange under the glass. But there were so many things in there, so many shapes and colors, that it was hard to focus. And the pattern kept repeating, so that it looked like the birds were moving; chasing each other through the leaves, and flowers, and briars, and bunches of strawberries. Joanne Harris
  53. APOPHENIA. The human tendency to seek patterns in random nature, where there are no patterns to be found. See also: ghosts, gambling, and the passions of religious mania and prophecy. See also: what happens when your lover’s brain breaks down while the world is burning. I was born the day they found a face on Mars. It was a lie, of course; it was a geographical anomaly, a trick of the terrain. We want so badly to make sense of the cosmos, to see it in ourselves. We turn shadows into sockets, bright smears into mouths and eyes. We turn the universe into our mirror. #narcissus, naturally. Amber Sparks
  54. Being bad is not good, but too sad. And being good is not at all bad. This simple equation, It’s the whole elation: Keen eye for batik patterns and plaid! Ana Claudia Antunes
  55. Digital Pantheism implies omniversal ocean of pure, vibrant consciousness in motion, self-referential creative divine force expressing oneself in various forms and patterns. ‘I am’ the Alpha, Theta & Omega – the ultimate self-causation, self-reflection and self-manifestation instantiated by mathematical codes and fractal geometry. Alex M. Vikoulov, Theology of Digital Physics: Phenomenal Consciousness, The Cosmic Self & The Pantheistic Interpretation of Our Holographic Reality
  56. Frightfulness is never more than an unfamiliar pattern. Paul Bowles
  57. From sleeping patterns to the seek and find of interstellar dust. Ovidiu Oltean
  58. From where we stand the rain seems random. If we could stand somewhere else, we would see the order in it. Tony Hillerman
  59. Great leaders know that under the turmoil of chaos and change, there is a beauty of patterns and designs. Amit Ray
  60. Here’s something I learned along the way: pay attention to whether a behavior is a pattern or an event. We all have really bad days, and we all do stupid things and hurt people. We just do. And if what’s getting under your skin is a negative event–meaning the behavior is out of character–then dip into your supply of grace and understanding, talk it out, and let it go. It’s what you’d want in return. But if what’s causing you pain is part of a negative pattern, if it’s something that keeps happening and no effort is put toward remedying the behavior, well, then you have a pretty grim decision to make: stay or walk away. Kristina Kuzmic
  61. Humans are pattern-seeking story-telling animals, and we are quite adept at telling stories about patterns, whether they exist or not. Michael Shermer
  62. I can see patterns in events, and behaviors; in mathematics, I follow slower. Jacqueline Carey
  63. I did not realize the dreadful facts of life. I did not know that a pattern forms before we are aware of it, and that what we think we make becomes a rigid prison making us. Margaret Drabble
  64. I do believe in fate, Anne-not the blind fate that gives one no freedom of choice, but a fate that sets down a pattern for each of our lives and gives us choices, numerous choices, by which to find that pattern and be happy. Mary Balogh
  65. I like it that order exists somewhere even if it shatters near me. Elizabeth Moon
  66. I thought back to the counselling sessions, how we’d talked about thinking things through rationally, recognizing unhelpful patterns of behaviour and being brave enough to try doing things differently. Gail Honeyman
  67. I’m prepared now to use the wonderful word confluence, which of itself exists as a reality and a symbol in one. It is the only kind of symbol that for me as a writer had any weight, testifying to the pattern, one of the chief patterns, of human experience. Of course the greatest confluence of all is that which makes up the human memory – the individual human memory. My own is the treasure most dearly regarded by me, in my life and in my work as a writer. Here time, also, is subject to confluence. The memory is a living thing – it too is in transit. But during its moment, all that is remembered joins, and lives – the old and the young, the past and the present, the living and the dead. Eudora Welty
  68. It is easy to surround yourself with people who think in the same ways, believe the same ideas, and live life in similar patterns. Many communities are made up of the same kind of people to the extent that we intentionally have to seek people whose stories are completely different from ours. Holly Sprink
  69. It is unfortunate that some of us worry about losing data but not our thoughts about the data. If we believed in the premises of sociology—that interaction is patterned, that people share meanings, beliefs, and behaviors—then we would trust that the patterns we missed while we were writing will still be there when we return to the field. We are more likely to forget our insights into what we observed. Sherryl Kleinman
  70. It’s not what happens. It’s how you handle it. Jill Telford
  71. It’s only when all one knows of life is abstracted and used as an underlining statement of significant patterning that you have what is both beautiful and permanent. Samuel R. Delany, Nova
  72. Look at the pattern this seashell makes. The dappled whorl, curving inward to infinity. That’s the shape of the universe itself. There’s a constant pressure, pushing toward pattern. A tendency in matter to evolve into ever more complex forms. It’s a kind of pattern gravity, a holy greening power we call viriditas, and it is the driving force in the cosmos. Life, you see. … And because we are alive, the universe must be said to be alive. We are its consciousness as well as our own. We rise out of the cosmos and we see its mesh of patterns, and it strikes us as beautiful. And that feeling is the most important thing in all the universe—its culmination, like the color of a flower at first bloom on a wet morning. It’s a holy feeling, and our task in this world is to do everything we can to foster it. Kim Stanley Robinson
  73. Much too often, our minds are used to somewhat efficiently excuse and justify old patterns, when the same energy and efforts could go towards the creating of new ones. Our society is, meanwhile, deeply enamored with technological creation, invention, and marvels. Many of these technological advancements assist with life as it is, however, the creation of new patterns of behavior and ways of life remains largely unexplored. Sabina Nore
  74. No escape from patterns and systems, no exits. Nothing, and no one, resides outside a system; that’s the way it is. Nothing outside the inside, the inside is also outside, etc. Lynne Tillman
  75. No marriage stays in the same pattern forever. It is both the best feature of marriage and the worst, that it inevitably changes. Lisa Kleypas
  76. Of course genes can’t pull the levers of our behavior directly. But they affect the wiring and workings of the brain, and the brain is the seat of our drives, temperaments and patterns of thought. Each of us is dealt a unique hand of tastes and aptitudes, like curiosity, ambition, empathy, a thirst for novelty or for security, a comfort level with the social or the mechanical or the abstract. Some opportunities we come across click with our constitutions and set us along a path in life. Steven Pinker
  77. Once designers start to look for patterns, they start noticing them everywhere. So, the goal of teaching students how to engage is design research is as much about verifying the validity of those patterns as it is about identifying them in the first place. Tania Allen
  78. One is random, twice is coincidence, and three times is a pattern. Peter F. DiSilvio
  79. One of my favorite books, and one that changed how I think about software and the evolution of ideas, was A Pattern Language by Christopher Alexander. Eben Hewitt, Technology Strategy Patterns: Architecture as Strategy
  80. Pattern thinking enables to capture deep insight into complex problems systematically. Pearl Zhu, Problem Solving Master: Frame Problems Systematically and Solve Problem Creatively
  81. Patterns repeat themselves in history. Rick Riordan
  82. Patterns will keep repeating until you recognize them and take action towards changing them. What are the patterns of your life? Are they helping or hindering you? Address those patterns which are holding you back. If you want a different outcome, you need to change what you are doing. Akiroq Brost
  83. Patterns, Mr. Tiffany once said, be they found in events, in nature, even in the stars in the firmament, are proof of history repeating itself. If we see randomness, it is only because we don’t yet recognize the pattern. M.J. Rose
  84. Pay attention to the intricate patterns of your existence that you take for granted. Doug Dillon
  85. Perceiving the world as well designed and thus the product of a designer, and even seeing divine providence in the daily affairs of life, may be the product of a brain adapted to finding patterns in nature. Michael Shermer
  86. Questions you ask indicates the curiosity you hold, reveals your thinking patterns, states the intensity of your longing to know, demonstrates your desire and involvement, determines the quality of life you live. Anand Patwa
  87. Repeated patterns become facts, and when you’re in touch with the facts you can predict the future. Aniekee Tochukwu Ezekiel
  88. Self-causation of reality becomes apparent when a phenomenal mind, which is a web of patterns, conceives a novel pattern and perceives it. All mass-energy, space-time itself emerge from consciousness. Those are epiphenomena of consciousness. Alex M. Vikoulov
  89. Simple problems are hard to solve, Because they need common sense. Simple problems are made complex. Complex things are solved using patterns. Coefficient is introduced along with variable to create a pattern, But coefficient is a constant. To find coefficient, We again use complex patterns to make it look constant. Abraham Varghese
  90. Snowflakes are pretty patterns etched in water’s dreams. Anthony T. Hincks
  91. Some people go to the gym to get more attractive physically, i’ve chosen to study the past and patterns i was trapped into. It is more about dropping than lifting weight. Alain Bremond-Torrent
  92. The tremendous and still accelerating development of science and technology has not been accompanied by an equal development in social, economic, and political patterns…We are now…only beginning to explore the potentialities which it offers for developments in our culture outside technology, particularly in the social, political and economic fields. It is safe to predict that…such social inventions as modern-type Capitalism, Fascism, and Communism will be regarded as primitive experiments directed toward the adjustment of modern society to modern methods. Ralph Linton
  93. THE WORLD IS made of patterns. The rings of a tree. The raindrops on the dusty ground. The path the sun follows from morning to dusk. Kathi Appelt
  94. There are only patterns, patterns on top of patterns, patterns that affect other patterns. Patterns hidden by patterns. Patterns within patterns. If you watch close, history does nothing but repeat itself. What we call chaos is just patterns we haven’t recognized. What we call random is just patterns we can’t decipher. what we can’t understand we call nonsense. What we can’t read we call gibberish. There is no free will. There are no variables. Chuck Palahniuk, Survivor
  95. There are patterns which emerge in one’s life, circling and returning anew, an endless variation of a theme. Jacqueline Carey
  96. There must be a trick to the train of thought, a recursive formula. A group of neurons starts working automatically, sometimes without external impulse. It is a kind of iterative process with a growing pattern. It wanders about in the brain, and the way it happens must depend on the memory of similar patterns. Stanislaw M. Ulam
  97. There’s truth in patterns but it’s the kind of truth that’s hard to accept – the truth we don’t always see because we’re not always looking. Adam Gnade
  98. To live on a day-to-day basis is insufficient for human beings; we need to transcend, transport, escape; we need meaning, understanding, and explanation; we need to see over-all patterns in our lives. We need hope, the sense of a future. And we need freedom (or, at least, the illusion of freedom) to get beyond ourselves, whether with telescopes and microscopes and our ever-burgeoning technology, or in states of mind that allow us to travel to other worlds, to rise above our immediate surroundings. We may seek, too, a relaxing of inhibitions that makes it easier to bond with each other, or transports that make our consciousness of time and mortality easier to bear. We seek a holiday from our inner and outer restrictions, a more intense sense of the here and now, the beauty and value of the world we live in. Oliver Sacks
  99. We also need to be reminded that there are implications of meaning within data, both in terms of how we look at data meaningfully (as in how it informs our decisions and interactions) and how we see meaning in data (as in how we recognize patterns that tell us if people value what we’re doing). Kate O’Neill, Pixels and Place: Connecting Human Experience Across Physical and Digital Spaces
  100. We make patterns, we share moments. Jenny Downham
  101. We must allow the Word of God to confront us, to disturb our security, to undermine our complacency and to overthrow our patterns of thought and behavior. John Stott
  102. We’re so good at discovering patterns that we see them where they don’t exist. Shaun David Hutchinson
  103. When you are paying attention to your thoughts, words, actions, feelings, food habits, reactions, decisions, secrets, patterns, and physique, you start tuning in consciously. Dr Prem Jagyasi
  104. Your Universe is in consciousness. And it’s a teleological process of unfolding patterns…The totality of your digital reality is what your conscious mind implicitly or explicitly chooses to experience out of the infinite. Alex M. Vikoulov

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