Who created the first set of icons for the macintosh computer? what sound does her clarus the dogcow make?

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Susan Kare designed the first set of icons for the Macintosh computer in the early 1980s. One of the icons she designed eventually became known as Clarus the dogcow. The sound the dogcow makes is 'Moof!'
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The original icons for the Macintosh were created by Susan Kare. Clarus the dogcow (so known because it was undecided if the image represented a dog or a cow) makes a "Moof"
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