Jony Ive

Jony Ive to completely lead software design group as VP Greg Christie prepares to leave Apple

Word has it that Apple’s design team is getting a shake-up under Jony Ive which will result in iPhone interface creator Greg Christie leaving the company. Ive apparently has taken control of everything related to software, and will be placing employees working on them alongside his industrial designers.

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Jony Ive thinks we're surrounded by 'anonymous, poorly made objects'

Apple SVP of Design, Jony Ive, has given a pretty candid interview in which he makes a number of statements about design, and the products which fill our lives. It's a pretty lengthy interview, and the story unfolds in this past weekends Sunday Times:

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It's OK, Sir Jony Ive still works at Apple!

Sir Jony Ive - he's a Knight, don't forget! – did disappear from Apple's executive bio page this morning, but don't worry, he still works there. He's back on the top line, and presumably whoever accidentally deleted him either feels really dumb or has since been fired. It also didn't happen everywhere, in the UK he was present the whole time.

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Lessons from Jony Ive: Caring, humanity, and more

I recently had drinks with a friend and the topic of Jony Ive's appearance with Marc Newson, on Charlie Rose came up. Even before he began mentioning his favorite moment, I knew instantly what it would be - care. Jony Ive, senior vice-president of design at Apple, doesn't give many interviews, yet he's the person responsible for so much of our modern technological culture. There were others who worked with him of course, no less than Steve Jobs and the Apple Industrial Design department to name but a few, but it would be almost impossible to overstate the influence Ive has had on the objects so many of us interact with every day. And he cares about those objects on a very human level.

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Jony and Marc's (RED) Auction raises nearly $13 million

Jony Ive and Marc Newson's charity auction for (RED), the AIDS charity, has raised nearly $13 million. Forty-three items were auctioned, including several designed in a collaboration between Apple senior vice president of Design Jony Ive and renowned industrial designer Marc Newson.

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Charlie Rose interviews Jony Ive, Marc Newson

Talk show host Charlie Rose recently interviewed Apple's senior vice president of Design Jony Ive and renowned industrial designer Marc Newson. The interview is now available to watch online.

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Unique Ive/Newsom-designed red Mac Pro goes to auction, benefits Product(RED)

Apple design VP Jony Ive and industrial design maven Marc Newsom have collaborated for charity on the design of a number of products on auction next month through Sotheby's, including solid gold Earpods, a table, a piano and a Leica camera. Now there's a one-off red-clad Mac Pro as well. It's expected to fetch between $40,000 - $60,000.

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Jony Ive has designed a Leica camera for (Product) RED, and here it is

Apple's design chief, Jony Ive, has been busy designing products such as gold Earpods for for Bono's upcoming (Product) RED auction in New York, and today we get a glimpse at another. Designed in conjunction with with Marc Newson, what we see here is the absolutely stunning Leica M for (RED).

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Apple CEO Tim Cook: "We're not in the junk business"

In a rare interview, Apple CEO Tim Cook, design chief Jony Ive and software chief Craig Federighi have come together to talk about Apple's latest and greatest products; the iPhone 5c and iPhone 5s. On the iPhone 5c in particular, Cook was particularly vocal while speaking to Bloomberg:

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Tim Cook: The magic is at the intersection

As part of the D11 conference, Tim Cook deferred questions about the future of iOS and OS X to WWDC 2013, which is now less than two weeks away. He did, however, address the new management, with software, services, and design, among other things, all now under unified leadership.

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