IRIX® Interactive Desktop User Interface Guidelines

Document Number: 007-2167-006


Written by Jackie Neider, Deb Galdes, and Wendy Ferguson Part III by Renate Kempf, Deb Galdes, and Mike Mohageg Updated by Max Anderson

Illustrated by Dany Galgani, Delle Maxwell, and Doug O'Morain

Edited by Susan Wilkening

Production by Karen Jacobson

Principal architects of the IRIX Interactive Desktop Style: Deb Galdes, Delle Maxwell, Mike Mohageg, Michael Portuesi, Rob Myers, and Betsy Zeller.

Principal architects of the 3D Style: Rikk Carey, Deb Galdes, Paul Isaacs, Mike Mohageg, and Rob Myers.

Special thanks to Donna Davilla, Debbie Myers, Peter Sullivan, and Dave Ciemiewicz.

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