ACADEMY MUSEUM COLLECTION HIGHLIGHTS NOTEBOOK

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ACADEMY MUSEUM COLLECTION HIGHLIGHTS  NOTEBOOK

 
After graduating from New York University with a PhD in Fine Arts, Susan Kare took a curatorial job at an art museum in San Francisco, where she quickly realized she was on the wrong side of the creative equation. Kare joined Apple Computer in 1982 as the artist in the Macintosh software group. The designer “who gave the Macintosh a smile,” she is best known for creating the distinctive icons, typefaces, and other pixel elements that gave the Macintosh its characteristic—and widely emulated—friendly look and feel. Her lack of software experience turned out to be an asset, since she could empathize with typical, everyday users of the new computer. In 1986, she joined Steve Jobs at NeXT Computer as the tenth employee. Later she launched Susan Kare Design, a user interface graphics studio, and spent 25 years developing humane solutions to design problems for hundreds of technical clients. She currently works as a Design Architect at Niantic Labs and sells fine art icon prints at kareprints.com.
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