Susan Kare, the noted Silicon Valley graphic interface designer, referred to by the New York Times as “the Betsy Ross of the personal computer”, is announcing her new products for the holidays each at $99. Since 1983, Kare has been widely recognized as a pioneering and influential graphical user interface iconographer. Based in San Francisco, she has designed thousands of icons for the world¹s leading software and Internet companies that have become familiar to anyone who uses a computer, including the original Macintosh interface from 1984. Her icons are more like road signs than illustrations‹clear, concise, and instantly recognizable‹they communicate their function immediately and memorably, and with elegance. Grab one for you and your love ones.
book/print set $99
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