The following collage is from an article by Steven Levy that appeared in the February 1994 issue of Popular Science, commemerating the Macintosh's tenth birthday. It's based on pictures taken by Norman Seiff for Rolling Stone Magazine in January 1984. Featuring Andy Hertzfeld, Bill Atkinson, Burrell Smith, Steve Jobs and Susan Kare, with Jef Raskin in the center.
Here's the software team, photographed for Rolling Stone in January 1984, demonstrating teamwork in a human pyramid. On top: Rony Sebok, Susan Kare. Middle row: Andy Hertzfeld, Bill Atkinson, Owen Densmore. Bottom row: Jerome Coonen, Bruce Horn, Steve Capps, Larry Kenyon. In front: Donn Denman, Tracy Kenyon, Patti Kenyon
The pyramid was only sustained for a few seconds. Here we are just after its collapse. From left to right, there's Jerome Coonen, Donn Denman, Andy Hertzfeld, Rony Sebok, Bruce Horn, Susan Kare, Bill Atkinson, Owen Densmore, Steve Capps, Larry Kenyon, Patti Kenyon (holding little Tracy Kenyon)
A picture of the official Mac Design Team taken by Norman Seiff for Rolling Stone, in the lobby of Bandley 3. We were told to look serious for this outtake, but they ended up using a happier one in the article. From left to right, it's George Crow, Joanna Hoffman, Burrell Smith, Andy Hertzfeld, Bill Atkinson and Jerry Mannock.
This is a picture of the entire Macintosh team that worked in Bandley 3, in front of the building. It was taken in December 1983 for the initial issue of MacWorld magazine. Note Larry Kenyon sitting at the front right, holding his newly born daughter Tracy, who's only a few weeks old.
Some Mac team members immediately following the Mac introduction at the shareholder's meeting at Flint Center. If you look closely, you can see Steve Jobs holding a bottle of water that he's about to pour on someone's head. Standing, left to right, there's Rony Sebok, Burrell Smith, Steve Jobs, Joanna Hoffman and Hasmig Seropian; kneeling is Bill Atkinson and Andy Hertzfeld.
Here's the cover of the first issue of MacWorld magazine, featuring Steve Jobs, which was handed out at the end of the shareholder's meeting where the Mac was announced.
Some members of the Mac team photographed in 1989, to celebrate the 5th anniversary of the Macintosh. Everyone is folding their hands in tribute to a favorite Steve Jobs gesture. The back row on the stairs is Patti Kenyon, Bud Tribble, Brian Howard and Steve Capps. The front row is Joanna Hoffman and Andy Hertzfeld. On the right are Larry Kenyon and Mike Boich.
This photo of Steve Jobs and Bill Atkinson, which was taken by Norman Seiff in January 1984, captures something about their close relationship.
This faded, scratched polaroid depicts the Mac software team in December 1983, during the final push, all dressed up in white shirts and shorts in homage to Steve Capps' sartorial stylings. Top row: Donn Denman, Larry Kenyon. Middle row: Jerome Coonen, Hans Gerke (visiting translator), Andy Hertzfeld, a very pregnant Patti Kenyon, Burrell Smith (honorary member of the software team). Bottom row: Randy Wiggington, Rony Sebok, Susan Kare, Donatien (another translator). Capps and Bruce Horn are missing, since this was taken right before we surprised him. Thanks to Susan Kare for this rare photograph.
Here are the badges of a bunch of Apple employees, that were photographed for an ad (that was never run) in the summer of 1983 by Chiat Day. You can see Burrell and Andy's badges, plus some executives including John Sculley and Ann Bowers, the Apple Human Resources VP.
This picture of Andy Hertzfeld, Bill Atkinson, Bud Tribble and Steve Jobs was taken at Andy's 40th birthday party in 1993.
This was taken at a birthday party for Larry Tesler at Caroline Rose's house in April 1983. Steve Capps is up top; left to right it's Burrell Smith, Caroline Rose, Marge Boots (Capps' wife, in the middle), Andy Hertzfeld and Larry Tesler.
Another photograph of some of the design team, taken by Norman Seiff, the Rolling Stone photographer. From left to right, it's Chris Espinosa, George Crow, Bill Atkinson and Burrell Smith.