Icons_Article_and_Example

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Mr. Jones says that users select the undo function through a text menu about 80% of the time. rather than click the icon with a mouse. Microsoft has developed more than 100 images attempting to solve the undo riddle. At one point. it settled on an eraser trying to erase something. “it just didn‘t work." says Ms. Howlett. "So we got rid of that one. Undo is almost impossible to ldepictl . " tenets -. tee .n gem ..ooo 31C) .10 .0? Another vexing problem for icon de- signers has revolved around cultural dif- ‘ferences. The most offenswe icon. at least in an international sense. has turned out to be the hand. Several early icons contained l hands doing all kinds of things. such as wait. But as it turns out. hand positions around the world. .mean a great many different things '.W .W .610 .mo 3(2) Apple disc0vered that the palm-for- l ward. open-handed icon meant to depict i “stop” conveyed something altogether dif- {erent (and altogether obnoxiousl in *Greece. “It seems that a hand gesture benign in the US. means something horri- 3. ole elsewhere “ saw ‘5: it u "\‘ erasing text or telling the user to stop or - Oneof the most perplexing icon puzzles i H E cons ) and photoorealistic three-dimen- sxonal-like icons. l ..Bancorp my: ;: c. TENNEY snotussnma mc. w YELEFONICA DE ESPANA (N) WOLF mm 6 Over Scone: m: it»: 9mm»: mg .997 Ow, Sam"; AL gal-DU! (0339” Revenues .... .. intended ssouooo Ravenues mammalian £54,£27.W.m0 a" n . rm lncome.... {772.com 93.000 1 ~ennco.. ammonia usesoooooe e U" ’3" «‘3 $3989.“ . snr earns: . Annunmnsoanisnmmg income .msum (539,554) Net income : It 03 l Accra am 33250? 9 months: 2 USA CLASSIC me. to; . 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GW'HSI 7 AVG shares 870.130 86mm : (N) New vorx Stock Exchange Sales ........... .. 5.463.000 32.761000 Shr earns: l (A) Ameflcan Exam“ (0) Netmcome..., toeooo 209.500 income .... ., .09 .23 ] Nasoao Stock Market (Pa) Pacific Avg shares amoeba: 2.374.640 Netmcome. .09 ‘55 (Cl Chicano (P) Philadelphia (8) Shrearns: ; a-Cumulahve effect oi an account- Boston (Ti Toronto (Moi Mon. at 08 mo chance. o-For l4 ween. treat (Fl Foreiun. Ne’lnCOmC‘ ' . on of Computer Icons Creates Abundance of Confusion flagging reputation of icons by using new technologies. At a recent conference on computenhuman interface theory in Am sterdam. designers displayed animation icons. sound icons (often called “ear~ Some experts minimize icons. “1 think the contribution of icons is sometimes overblown.“ says John Carroll. manager of user interface theory and design at International Business Machines Corp.'s Thomas J. Watson Research Center in Hawthorne. N.Y. "i just don't think icons are high on the list of essential proper- tes. and several theoreticians oppose intro- ducmg any more icons. "Animation might become an obnoxious distraction." says Mr. Carroll. Others worry about the caco— phonic possibilities of earcons. “Could you imagine everyone in an office receiving all kinds of different sound icons?“ asks Mr. Jones. “it would be terribly distracting. Earcons may never become an issue. because some recent developments indi- cate the future of computer-human inter- face may abandon icons altogether. For instance. some companies have begun incorporating a notebook format with tab pages and names instead of abstract icons. with the icon makers running short of gooo material. nerds could be forced to command Willi words. First Financial to Buy First Clyde HAMILTON. Ohio — First Financial :nec' .l definitive agree- Advcrltscment -. New lite insuras designed to pay A new life insurance policy has been designed to specifically pay estate tax. according to LA. Orelicc at Co: By insuring both the husband and wife but only paying one death benefit at the second death. the premiums are less expensive than insuring one or two lives individually. said Jerry A. Orct‘ice. a Chartered Life Underwriter (CLU). The net result is a less expensive method to pay the estate tax than typical first—to-die policies or sell-insuring the estate tax. ‘ The policy is designed to take advan- tage of the unlimited marital deduction. which allows one spouse to pass every~ thing to the other without paying a nickel of estate‘ tax. The estate tax becomes due at the second death. When the survivor dies. the policy's death benefit will be used to cover the estate tax liability. Currently. the estate tax can range as high as 55% at the federal level. said Orcfice. The new insurance policy can keep the estate intact. especially if the estate is illiquid. consisting of a family business or real estate assets. Since estate taxes are due nine months after death. an illiquid estate may be forced to sell off its assets at low prices in order to pay the tax. he said. m --».._ Massachusei Department of Re ’ TaxflAmnesi: Otctic. insured t and do ownersh should It) insurdnc: properly surance r and estutt Typical chased r estate in n One 0: medical attack. b: blood prt coverage underwri' When Oreficc spreading All cor payment payments customizt quiremen' cstntc plu lied Publi CLU as a be cox-ere tax and 2 For mt. ()rcficc (S; {Corporate Excise for Non—Ma Based Corporations -»Massachusetts Nonresident Pets: c Massachusetts Unreportec (617) 727-0939 ' Amnesty Ends Decembc Commonwealth of Massadu Department of Revenue PO. Box 7048 ,1; «AAA: Guest has accepted invitation to a meeting you proposed. 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