Curious | Observer | Designer
However, to break the rules you should know the rules. Break them when you have a reason to. A designer proposing an alternative to an established pattern should be able to answer the question…
It points out that design patterns are not design rules. Patterns are solutions to problems. Solutions are not absolute.
Which basically means, don’t let the work speak for itself, give it context, highlight your contributions and how they relate to your skillset and do it in such a way that makes sense for the work you’re doing.