Read a free sample or buy Jony Ive by Leander Kahney. You can read this book with Apple Books on your iPhone, iPad, iPod touch, or Mac. Jony Ive is more important to Apple than Steve Jobs was and the company Leander Kahney, author of Jony Ive – The Genius Behind Apple’s. Jony Ive: The Genius Behind Apple’s Greatest Products, by Leander Kahney, Portfolio, RRP£/$, pages. It isn’t hard to argue the.
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Haunted Empire, book review: Ive is far from unique as a designer who is synonymous with his company. Also I had unrealistic expectations that this might reveal more about Apple’s famously secret kxhney and production processes, but, hey, they’re famously secret. Yes, there appear to be new interviews with Jony’s co-workers, and this is good. I have to declare my hand here as I have had a long association with Apple, from commercially programming the Apple IIe through 10 years working for the company, to the many friends I still have there.
As a prominent writer on Apple- and Mac-related topics, Kahney was once theorized incorrectly to be the identity of Fake Steve Jobs.
This is supposed to be the book that flips that formula and focuses on Ivd, with Apple as an interesting part of the larger picture.
Jobs and Jony are focused on design first then, engineering and business. I was hoping for a deeper exploration into the thought patterns and detailed design methodology of Ive and I didn’t get that.
Book was a little slow to get going but worth seeing it through. Nothing disappointed in this book, would definitely recommend to read We trust that if we are successful, people will like them, and if we are operationally competent we will make revenue, but we are very uony about our goal. He is the man who proved that design makes everyone so crazy and to be a fan of a product because of its appearance. This book describes the ups and downs in Apple’s history and how Jony Ive changed This book is an interesting book because it has oahney of information about how Sir Jonathan Ive’s designs in Apple are so successful.
Jony Ive: The Genius Behind Apple’s Greatest Products
For example, “the Android” – the relevance of this needs to be explained if it is used, and it is not relevant, then it should have been omitted. Learn a lot about apple design world from this book. You have to think about this harder than they do so that it fulfills a primal need when they experience it.
It has to be. Ive remains, at the end of this book, as unknown a quantity as he is at the beginning: Open Preview See a Problem? Jony Ive was the mastermind behind the whole Apple product line revival ,with the love for minute details, down to stuff most people wouldn’t notice. Markets Show more Markets links. Ive, in spite of his shaven head and fierce non-disclosure, is not quite the charismatic high priest that Jobs once was.
In reality, they two wouldn’t have seen each other eye to eye, but after his death, that guy suddenly becomes his all in all.
Jony Ive: The Genius Behind Apple’s Greatest Products by Leander Kahney
Interessante o livro mostra em determinados momentos um lado pouco conhecido do Sir Ive. Most design students had lots of ego and very little talent. I approached this book with an open mind – could Leander Kahney have persuaded the famously private Jony Ive to speak?
Jul 04, Azamat rated it it was amazing. I would recommend this book for people who really would like to know more about Jony Ive and his life with Apple.
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You may unsubscribe from these newsletters at any time. Despite that some of the stories are well explored – the use of ONLY polished aluminium screws on a casing, the culturally inclusive design process, the many prototypes of the iPhone home button, the relationship of the Helvetica Nueu font with retina display and the move away from skeumorphism in jonny.
This is similarly true of Ive’s nuclear family – what are they like, what are his interactions with them like, and how are they influencing one another throughout their lives?
Kahney didn’t suck up to Jobs and his followers, instead he had the guts to reveal the true reformer who was not out there to be seen in leanxer public. Also, the book mostly covered about Apple, as the company played a major role in his life.
The Internet, Warts and All, book review: Feb 08, Will rated it it was amazing. This kahneg later in the book as well. One thing that pisses me off in biographies is the shit people say such as “I saw the potential in him the first time I met