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PowerMacintosh 8500/180 Designers setup
Using Macromedia Freehand on an iMac G4 to draw and iMac G4
A designer’s Setup circa 1996
Featuring a PowerMac 8500 – Mitsubishi Diamondtron display, wacom tablet, iomega zipp and jazz drive, and a Lacie External hard drive.
Susan Kare, Macintosh Icons, 1984. Apple Computer Inc. USA
Kare’s trash can, folders, smiley Mac, command button symbol and other icons are reduced to just a few pixels (32 x 32) yet they remain recognizable. Her influence on the look and feel of the graphical user interface extended to the appearance of the windows, drop down menus, dialogue boxes and fonts. All these elements were as crucial, influential and memorable in the success of the Macintosh system as any of the engineering and product design feats accomplished by the Macintosh design team. Exhibition Interface, Powerhouse Museum Sydney
Linotype QuickDraw GX preview