You may not know her by name, but you’re probably familiar with her work.
Susan Kare is best known as the graphic designer responsible for the original Macintosh icons and typefaces. Her work was so groundbreaking (and still widely used today) that her original graph paper sketches are going to be featured in an exhibition at the New York Museum of Modern Art.
That’s right. Icons. At MoMA. Who else can say that?
Ron even has one of her prints hanging in his office. It’s rather… iconic.