Susan Kare, Iconographer (EG8) from EG Conference on Vimeo.
Designer Susan Kare does a presentation at a conference. She’s a brilliant designer and I’ve been looking at her work since 1984 (the first Mac).
May: 2014, Susan Kare walks us through some key points regarding the design of icons and symbols. Kare is an artist and designer and pioneer of pixel art; she created many of the graphical interface elements for the original Apple Macintosh in the 1980s as a key member of the Mac software design team, and continued to work as Creative Director at NeXT for Steve Jobs.
The Woman Behind Apple’s First Icons
This is a great piece on Susan Kare who was part of the original Macintosh team and did all the icons and typefaces on the first Mac.
The Sketchbook of Susan Kare, the Artist Who Gave Computing a Human Face
I’ve known about Susan Kare since the mid-1980’s because both her icon and font designs were the “face” of the original Macintosh and stayed with us for close to ten years.
She makes and sells limited edition prints: Susan Kare: limited edition prints and has a professional web site for her design work: Susan Kare: user interface graphics.