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About tDAR

About the Design

Digital Antiquity worked with to re-envision the public interface for tDAR, with the primary goals of simplifying and enhancing the interface.

Image Credits and Sources


Designed by Unknown Designer
United States 2010


Designed by John Caserta
United States 2011


Designed by Simon Child
United Kingdom 2012


Designed by Marco Davanzo
Italy 2012


Designed by Hafizh
Indonesia 2012


Designed by Rémy Médard
France 2012


Designed by Alex Hartmann
Germany 2012


Designed by Vincent Lynch
2012


Designed by Fernando Vasconcelos
Brazil 2012


Designed by Jose Luis Algara
2012


Designed by Aaron Dodson
United States 2013


Designed by Christina Witt George
2012


Designed by Michael Rowe
Australia 2012


Designed by United Nations OCHA
2012


Collaboration by Jack Biesek, Gladys Brenner, Margaret Faye, Healther Merrifield, Kate Keating, Wendy Olmstead, Todd Pierce, Jamie Cowgill & Jim Bolek
United States 2004


Designed by Benni
DE 2012


Gears by Hysen Drogu
from the Noun Project


Heart
from the Noun Project


Upload by Edward Boatman
from the Noun Project


form by Daniel Yahya
from the Noun Project


Network by Bybzee
from the Noun Project


Lock by Andy Fuchs
from the Noun Project


City by Berkay Sargın, TR
from the Noun Project


cart by James Wilson
from the Noun Project


Graph by Arthur Shlain
from the Noun Project


Table by AfterGrind
from the Noun Project


people group by mikicon
from the Noun Project


Gear by Gregor Cresnar
from the Noun Project


Upload file by ProSymbols
from the Noun Project


Tranfer by Hector
from the Noun Project


Add Collection by iconsphere
from the Noun Project


Layers by Shastry
from the Noun Project


Venn Diagram by Hector
from the Noun Project