It has been some time since Jony Ive, the legendary design lead at Apple, left the company. But his impact is still being felt. Both with new products like the 24-inch iMac, and apparently recruiting his former colleagues to become current colleagues all over again.
Jony Ive, Apple's former chief of all design across the company, recently delivered a moving virtual commencement speech to the 2021 class of California College of the Arts (CCA).
Jony Ive, Apple's former Chief Design Officer, is being considered for the CEO job at Ferrari alongside Luca Maestri, who is an Italian businessman and Apple's Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer.
In this week's Editor's Desk roundup: Supply line news out of Asia suggests that Apple is anticipating a big 2020. News of increased iPhone manufacturing projections and some interesting info on the AirPods front too. Finally, some ruminations on the end of Jony Ive's tenure at Apple.
Ever since Apple and chief design officer Jony Ive announced that he was leaving the company earlier this year to start his own design firm, it's been a bit of an open-ended question about when he would actually depart. But his removal from Apple's Leadership page - the listing of the company's top officers - suggests that Apple has turned that corner.
Following the recent announcement of his long-in-the-making exit from Apple to form his own design studio, called LoveFrom and counting Apple as its first client, design tzar Jony Ive has now filed for a trademark for the term “Lovefrom Jony”.
Before the end of June, Apple announced that its long-standing design lead, Jony Ive, was on the way out. As a result, there was some shuffling done to the design team, including Jeff Williams (Apple's Chief Operating Officer) taking up the reigns to lead the charge.
Apple recently announced that its lead designer, Jony Ive, would be leaving the company. Almost immediately after that, independent reports aimed to shed more light on the departure.
The sudden departure of Apple's Chief Design Officer Jony Ive's been a long time in the making.
Sir Jony Ive is Apple's chief design officer, and now the legendary designer is starting off on a new path -- but not giving up on Apple entirely.
Apple's tightly-knit Industrial Design group led by Chief Design Officer Jony Ive has seen its fair share of notable departures in the past few years to the point where almost no one remains from the original team that began to turn around Apple's fortunes at the turn of the century.
Much ado has been made about a Wall Street Journal report on three core members of Apple's small industrial design team planning to depart Cupertino, taking with them nearly 50 years of combined experience in thinking up shiny gadgets.