IA Summit 2017 Keynote
Topic(s): design, interaction design, process, and visual design
“Since computers are so smart, wouldn’t it make more sense to teach computers about people, instead of teaching people about computers?” – Apple Macintosh advertising c.1984
Join Susan Kare, artist and designer, as she discusses the processes and people, past and present, that have influenced and inspired her work in keeping humans at the center of design.
About the speaker(s)
Susan Kare is an artist and graphic designer who is best known for creating many of the interface elements for the Apple Macintosh in the 1980’s.
She is the founding partner of Susan Kare Design, a graphic design practice in San Francisco in 1989. Since then she has designed thousands of icons, corporate identities and other design projects for hundreds of clients, including Microsoft’s Solitaire cards and Facebook’s virtual gifts. Since 2011 she has been creating limited edition fine art icon prints at Kareprints.com. Currently she is a Lead Product Designer at Pinterest.