Star Trek IV: The Voyage Home was the first Star Trek production to make use of “Okudagrams”, before even TNG.
The Bird of Prey and Saratoga still had push-button and jewel controls but anything that wasn’t a dynamic display or a CRT screen was an Okudagram. For the new Enterprise every control was converted into Okudagrams
So I 10,000% refuse to consider March 29 to be Deanna’s birthday. She is not an Aries. Marina is an Aries. Marina is the Aries-est Aries I’ve ever seen (tho I haven’t known many, tbh). Deanna is so far from an Aries it’s ridiculous. Therefore I now headcanon Deanna’s birthday a month early. She was born February 29. Because yes, 2336 will be a leap year. (I checked.) And also she’s about as Pisces as you can get.
Plus, the only place Deanna’s birthday is mentioned is an okudagram that also lists her father as “Alex” – so clearly it can’t be trusted.
More Okudagrams from The Making of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine.
Top left is Cardassian. Pretty much all Cardassian computer interfaces on Deep Space 9 and elsewhere are built out of these elements. The circular symbol with the epicycles is ubiquitious, appearing as a sticker or stencilled design on numerous props and sets.
Middle right is Klingon. It’s the master systems display for a Bird of Prey. If you’re reading this post there’s no real chance you didn’t already know that. But did you know there’s an Emperor Sea Strider inside the double triangle? That’s what it totally looks like, intentional or not (it’s not).
Bottom left is Ferengi. The top half appears on the screen in every Ferengi P.A.D.D. image I’ve found, and is also the sample Ferengi text in The Star Trek Encyclopedia. Additionally, the word at the top left is sometimes the heading on Ferengi P.A.D.D. displays, and is also on the sidebar of the Ferengi translation of the Deep Space 9 Promenade directory and on the dashboard of Ferengi shuttles.
I don’t actually know what the graphics on the top and bottom right are.