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Subject:Re: Desperately Seeking Icons From:Sarah Mahoney <smahoney -at- U -dot- WASHINGTON -dot- EDU> Date:Fri, 14 Jan 1994 10:06:21 -0800
We also need to get ahold of some icons for a new batch tracking system.
I've heard there is a public place on the internet (the Univ. of Illinois?)
where you can ftp some files. Anyone know of the address?
> I am a tech writer on a design team that is developing a relational
> database management system. The developers are using Visual Basic
> to design the GUI, but neither they nor I have the time to design
> icons that are appropriate for the application. Does anyone out
> there have suggestions for the best way to find, buy or hire someone
> to create these? As usual, cost is a consideration, but I would
> like to know what options are available.
> Donna Ellis
> Sunquest Information Systems
> Tucson, AZ 85747
> DLE -at- alpha -dot- sunquest -dot- com