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Subject:Re: Need help -- Icon Design From:Geoff Bradbury <bradg -at- INTEXT -dot- CPSG -dot- COM -dot- AU> Date:Fri, 21 Jun 1996 08:55:03 +1000
At 10:49 20/06/96 PST, you wrote:
>Do any of you know of any good references (either hardcopy or online)
>for designing icons? Any help in any direction would be appreciated!
At 08:47 21/06/96, I wrote:
The Icon Book: Visual Symbols for Computer Systems and Documentation
Wiley & Sons
ISBN 0-471-59901-8 (book/disk)
Thoroughly readable (as are all of Horton's books). I've used some of his
icons (and created hybrids) in developing the user interface for one of our
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