A practical guide for graphic designers facing the challenge of designing interface icons. Interface icons are the logos that represent applications, documents, buttons, and any other item that gives a computer software product a graphic identity. This volume discusses how to design icons, and offers a showcase of the best of icon design.
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Alastair Campbell graduated from Chelsea School of Art and was co-founder of the design group QED. In 1984 he wrote The Designer's Handbook, and in 1991 The MacDesigner's Handbook, both of which have become classics of their genre. He has over twently years' experience in solving the problems of computer design and now heads Digital Wisdom Publishing. He was also awarded the 1996 MacUser Eddy Award for best new graphic resource.
Table of Contents
1. History; 2. The Computer Age; 3. Contemporary Tool Icon Design; 4. Contemporary Application Icons; 5. Internet Icons; 6. Pick and Mix; 7. Designing Your Own Icons; 8. Case Studies
Icon Design by Alastair Campbell
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