Jony Ive might no longer be in charge of design at Apple, but he still has a role to play in inspiring the next generation of artists and designers. That becomes clear in a virtual commencement address to California's College of the Arts.
Having first walked through the door in 1992, Jony Ive is now out of Apple. After it was confirmed earlier this year that he would be leaving Apple, his profile has now been removed from Apple's leadership page.
A week ago, the Wall Street Journal published an article that alleged a high level of disfunction in Apple's design department. A day later, Tim Cook retorted. Hard. But the drama hasn't faded. So, what's going on?
An interview with someone super smart and super talented who was actually there, who worked on prototyping and design at Apple, going back to the days of Steve Jobs and the original iPhone and who understands how and why the design culture at Apple works the way it does.