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Susan Kare

San Francisco designer with a highly developed ability to work creatively with a small number of pixels.

As creative director at Apple from 1982 to 1985 she was largely responsible for the cute look ’n’ feel of the Macintosh user interface, designing numerous icons and bitmap fonts for it. Chicago, New York, Geneva and the other “city” fonts were all designed by Kare (although the current TrueType versions were developed by Bigelow and Holmes). She later helped to define the look of Microsoft Windows 3.0 operating system.

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4 font families by Susan Kare

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Geneva Geneva

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New York New York

Apple system font designed as a bitmap by Susan Kare. Its name is probably a loose reference to Times Square, New York, a location of no relevance to the design, a low-resolution interpretation of Times New Roman.

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Monaco Monaco

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Chicago Chicago

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