iOS 7 is just so colorful! It's so light! It's so fun! But not only that, the colors all blend together in a beautiful watercolor effect. It's like a pastel psychedelic trip. It's like seeing the palette of an artist obsessed with Easter. I wonder where Jony Ive got the idea for that color scheme. I wonder what his…
If you know your bit of technology history, you'd know that Apple was actually working on an iPad before it developed the iPhone. What did those iPad prototypes look like? Well, according to these earliest known photos of an iPad prototype from the early 2000's, it looked really, really fat.
Apple's most popular products owe much of their success to their design, and by extension, to their designer, Jony Ive. In a new interview with the London Evening Standard, Ive dished about his secret sauce—and where his competitors are falling short.
I hope you're ready for a day of iKnight jokes, because Apple's Senior Vice President of Industrial Design, Jonathan Ive, has officially been made a Knight Commander of the British Empire.
On October 19th, Apple held a special memorial for Steve Jobs to celebrate his life. In the video, you can watch Tim Cook, Jony Ive, Al Gore and others talk about Steve and see performances by Norah Jones and Coldplay.
It hasn't even hit store shelves yet, but the juiciest tidbits from Steve Jobs' upcoming biography are steadily being leaked by those with advance copies of the book. The latest pertains to Jonathan Ive, Apple's Senior Vice President of Industrial Design, and the man who many believe to be the most integral part of…
In a sea of Jobs biographies, it's a nice change to read about the British-born Jonathan Ive. Who would've thought that designing a toilet would lead him to Cupertino, and to Apple's basement where he spent years toiling away unnoticed before Jobs scooped him up and gave him the opportunity he deserved?
Jonathan Ive's the head designer for all Apple products. He looks cool, he has a sexy British accent, he gives fanboys broners and gets fangirls wet. Look at your right. That's him today. But who's the guy on the left?
A design patent, to be exact, meaning: You can't make a brazen copy of the iPhone and iPod Touch's "ornamental design," or else you'll get sued to death. Of course, this isn't just about crude knockoffs.
Cupertino released a lot of new products today, and it was easy to miss something in the press release onslaught. To stay versed in the Tome of Apple, here are 10 things you need to know:
I love these Jony Ive videos that always start, "We've actually figgered out a way..." This time, he's talking about how humongonormous and yummy the new iMac display is. And yes, it looks even better in video.
I felt kinda bad about calling Dell's Consumer Design chief a massive dingus. So here's Dell's Lead Industrial Designer explaining the Studio One. It's inspired by home decor. Compare to his Apple counterpart, Jonathan Ive:
Do you ever stop to realize that another human being carefully conceived and designed every object you will touch today? It's a pretty amazing thought, and after Objectified, you'll be thinking it more often.
The guys behind forthcomoing gadget design doc Objectified recently filmed Apple Chief Designer Jonthan Ive at work in his secret Cupertino lair. I am now even more excited for this movie.
In an otherwise surprise-free keynote today, one without booms or "one more thing"s, one bit of news stood out: White made a quiet return to the iPod family in the premium 16GB iPhone 3G. Sure, it never fully left Apple—remaining the default color for earbuds, plugs, power bricks, AirPort products and the cheapest…
Most of you probably know Jonathan Ive even if you don't recognize the name—he's Apple's head of design (otherwise known as the company's Senior Vice President of Industrial Design). And he's chiefly credited for designs of the iMac, iPod and iPhone. In an interview with The Independent, he shared some of his…
CNNMoney/Fortune has a story out saying that Eve, the female character to stand opposite Wall-E in the movie of the same name, was designed in part by Apple lead designer Jonathan Ive. The robot design is kinda cool, in that it reminds me of the most recent incarnation of Marvin the Paranoid Android, but the real…