Types of dependencies


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Types of dependencies

When using the attribute dependency technique, you'll reach a point in the function-follows-form process where it's time to make adaptations to your concept. That's where you try to improve the concept and put more definition around it. One way to make adaptations with attribute dependency is to change the type of dependency, and there are three ways to do it: passive, active and automatic. Think of these as what has to happen within the product or service for the dependency to take place.

Let's look at each type. Passive dependencies, just as the name implies, are passive. Nothing has to happen for the dependency to take place. There doesn't need to be an intervening element to cause the dependency. Look around you and you'll see many products and services are examples of passive dependency. Here's a simple example, of mixing bowls that come in different sizes. You may ask yourself: Is this really an example of the attribute dependency pattern? It certainly is. As one thing cha...

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