Iconography
This area is dedicated to icons created for display on computer monitor and computing device screens, and icons created for print. I have created thousands of icons for many applications and embedded systems. This is a small sample of some of my work.
Windows CE Hardware 2.0
Client: Microsoft - Consumer Appliance Group
Problem:
The goal of this project was to create a group of silkscreen icons that all appeared to be a solid set, and that would work on a wide array of different devices without competing with the design of the device. These icons were placed on or next to buttons which launch applications on the devices.
Solution:
Version 2.0 of Windows CE went with a fairly flat user interface (not many bevels or three dimensionality) and these icons followed the same feel of the icons used within the UI. I spent a lot of time perfecting the grid these follow, and ensuring every piece of every icon maintained it. This set received a lot of compliments from my peers. The accompanying specification I wrote is in the "specs" area of the website. These icons were used in a lot of Windows CE marketing, and they were silkscreened on and embossed into quite a few OEM devices, and are still in use.





 
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