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Apple Employees Can't Stop Walking into Glass Walls - Vanity Fair

Last year, Apple finished construction on its new 175-acre campus, designed by the company's design chief Jony Ive and British architectural firm Foster + Partners. The massive new office park, nicknamed “the spaceship” for its flying-saucer-esque ...

Apple employees reportedly keep walking into glass walls and doors at the new 'spaceship' campus - Business Insider

Apple campus Apple's "spaceship" campus, located in Cupertino, California, cost $5 billion to build.Justin Sullivan/Getty Images. Apple employees keep walking into glass panes inside the company's new "spaceship" headquarters, Apple Park, reports from ...

iMac Pro review: Hard to upgrade, but holy Jony Ive it's fast - Ars Technica

The iMac Pro is designed to run applications like Final Cut Pro and Logic Pro. For that reason, I ran some tests that we don't typically run in our laptop or desktop reviews. Further Reading. The iMac Pro is now available—here's how people are already ...

Apple: The New HomePod Has an Odd 'Ring' to It - Barron's

As for the HomePod's effect on Barron's Next 50 component Apple's business, a Bloomberg article noted that it's sufficiently expensive to produce that it will likely generate lower margins than some of its counterparts and, for that matter, some other ...

Tim Cook on Why You Can't Visit Apple's New $5 Billion Headquarters - mySanAntonio.com

Tim Cook on Why You Can't Visit Apple's New $5 Billion Headquarters The California-based tech giant recently completed Apple Park, but not everyone will see the inside of the campuses' main building. Tim Cook Apple head designer Jony Ive elaborated on ...

A First Look Inside Apple Park - Co.Design (blog)

The press isn't allowed in. But luckily, some of Apple's own employees are on Instagram. A First Look Inside Apple Park. [Photo: SpVVK/iStock]. By Mark Wilson 2 minute Read. Jony Ive recently said that Apple's new $5 billion Apple Park spaceship wasn't ...

Apple Just Changed Its iPhone X Future Production Plans - Inverse

Apple is reportedly changing course with the iPhone X. The $999 smartphone, released just over two months ago, was touted by its chief designer Jony Ive as “a new chapter” in the company's history. Unfortunately, the market doesn't quite agree, and a ...

Review: Living with Vitra's Pacific Chair, Jony Ive's choice for Apple Park - 9to5Mac

Yet, sitting has quietly become an art in itself. The engineering behind a chair can make or break your productivity and its design can compliment or ruin the appearance of room. Multiply that factor by 12,000 – the number of employees expected to ...

Apple's Tim Cook says he wouldn't let a child use social media - The Sydney Morning Herald

Apple's Tim Cook and Jony Ive look at the new iPhone X. Cook says he has put boundaries on his nephew using social media. Photo: Apple. Maybe that's just as well for Apple, since Facebook has been getting raked over the coals lately - accused of ...

Apple is 'listening,' but won't release a major MacBook Pro upgrade this year - Digital Trends

Although Apple's usual hardware refresh of the MacBook Pro line is expected to take place in 2018, a new report suggests that it won't make any major changes to the platform. This, despite the fact that the chief design officer at Apple, Jony Ive ...

Report says no major MacBook Pro upgrade is coming this year - BGR

Apple updated the MacBook Pro line less than two years ago, so we shouldn't expect any design updates any time soon. But Apple's design guru Jony Ive said recently that Apple is listening to feedback from its MacBook buyers, suggesting that Apple may ...

Apple's Jimmy Iovine denied rumours that he's leaving the company - Business Insider

Jimmy Iovine Jony Ive Jimmy Iovine (right) with Apple's SVP of Design Jony Ive (left). Mike Windle/Getty Images. AAPL Apple. 172.43 -0.56 (-0.30 %). Disclaimer Get real-time AAPL charts here ». Rumours went round last week that Apple executive Jimmy ...

There's currently something a little off about Apple's iPhone site - Mashable

Every product here is independently selected by Mashable journalists. If you buy something featured, we may earn an affiliate commission which helps support our work. We know that Apple loves minimalist design, but the company's site for the iPhone is ...

Apple's Jony Ive Has Selected $1200 Workstation Chairs For New Campus - Ubergizmo

Apple is sparing no expense in building its new Apple Park campus which is commonly referred to as the spaceship. The company has earmarked a budget of $5 billion for the project. So when it came to finding suitable chairs for all workstations at the ...

FastCo explains why Jony Ive ordered this office chair for every workstation at Apple Park - 9to5Mac

Apple design chief Jony Ive keeps a low profile, but he's social with a handful of Brits who sit atop the world of industrial design, including Jay Barber and Ed Osgerby, founders of the studio Barber Osgerby. A few years ago, the duo paid Ive a visit ...

At Apple's campus, every workstation gets a $1200 chair - Neowin

When building its state-of-the-art $5 billion Apple Park campus, Apple apparently wanted to spare no expense in making sure its employees were comfortable while working. So when Chief Design Director Jony Ive went shopping for office chairs, he wasn't ...

Apple Park office chairs cost nearly $1200 apiece, handpicked by designer Jony Ive - AppleInsider (press release) (blog)

Apple Park office chairs cost nearly $1,200 apiece, handpicked by designer Jony Ive. By Roger Fingas Tuesday, January 02, 2018, 01:17 pm PT (04:17 pm ET). Apple's new "spaceship" campus in Cupertino, Calif. is stocked mainly with one kind of office ...

What Apple's New Office Chairs Reveal About Work In 2018 - Co.Design (blog)

Barber Osgerby's idea for a calm office chair was, of course, catnip for Ive, who has strived to make Apple's design so simple as to seem “inevitable.” But even more than that, the calm office chair was a reflection of a paradigmatic shift in our ...

Has Apple Lost Its Design Mojo? - Fortune

When I interviewed Jony Ive in October for Smithsonian magazine (Apple declined to make Ive available for this story), he described the screen as an embodiment of a key Apple design principle. “As a design team, we're trying to get the object out of ...

Apple's $5 billion 'spaceship' campus is ready for takeoff — but some employees will be left behind - Business Insider

Apple's most valuable talent will be moving to the ring, including executives like CEO Tim Cook, teams full of software developers, and Apple Chief Design Officer Jony Ive's design teams, which will get one of the nicest spots on the fourth floor of ...

Sir Jonathan Paul "Jony" Ive, KBE , is a British industrial designer who is currently the Chief Design Officer of Apple Inc. He oversees the Apple Industrial Design Group and also provides leadership and direction for Human Interface software teams across the company. Ive is the designer of many of Apple's products, including the MacBook Pro, iMac, MacBook Air, Mac mini, iPod, iPod Touch, iPhone, iPad, iPad Mini, Apple Watch and iOS.


KBE
Jonathan Ive (OTRS).jpg
Jonathan Ive, April 2009
Born Jonathan Paul Ive
(1967-02-27) 27 February 1967 (age 49)
Chingford, London, England, UK
Nationality English
Citizenship British and American
Alma mater Royal College of Art
Newcastle Polytechnic
Occupation Chief Design Officer at Apple Inc.
Employer
  • Tangerine
  • Apple Inc.
Known for Design, Works at Apple
Net worth $150 million
Spouse(s) Heather Pegg (m. 1987)
Awards
Website Apple.com/Jony Ive Bio

Sir Jonathan Paul "Jony" Ive, KBE (born 27 February 1967), is a British industrial designer who is currently the Chief Design Officer (CDO) of Apple Inc. He oversees the Apple Industrial Design Group and also provides leadership and direction for Human Interface software teams across the company. Ive is the designer of many of Apple's products, including the MacBook Pro, iMac, MacBook Air, Mac mini, iPod, iPod Touch, iPhone, iPad, iPad Mini, Apple Watch and iOS.

Ive has received a number of accolades for his work. In 2003 he was the inaugural winner of the Design Museum's Designer of the Year Award. In 2004 the BBC named him the most influential person on British culture. In 2006, he was appointed as an Honorary Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering, and in 2012, he was knighted at Buckingham Palace for "services to design and enterprise".