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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In the early stuff, I got a sense that care was taken even on details, hard and soft, that people may never discover. Close Financial Times International Edition.
For instance, learning about Jony’s philosophy towards design in his early years is great; being reminded, constantly, of how he applies this at Apple in another pages is obnoxious, particularly as it is done frequently. Having been a long time Apple user since it was great to see some of the underlying thought processes involved in the design of Apple products.
But at Apple, it really is an important job. And, what a nudge it was. Truly an enlightening leanedr about one of the greatest designers of this century. Nice read by a long-time Apple reporter.
Jony Ive, book review: Some genesis, but few revelations
Dec 10, Dariusz Nawojczyk rated it really liked it. On more than one occasion, content comes directly from promotional materials for Apple products or from Apple product keynotes – as a result, instead of reading like a well-balanced biography, Kahney’s book comes off as a promotional pamphlet for Leanderr.
From the beginning, he was inclined to rethink everyday objects. It will affect the media we consume, the way kahnry look at the world, and how we learn and communicate.
Jony Ive: The Genius Behind Apple’s Greatest Products
The idea of Fortress Apple is dated and not a new phenomenon at all. To his surprise, Ive was still carrying the laptop bag. 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 iOs7.
Nothing disappointed in this book, would definitely recommend to read Jony Ive, An English man who proved his masterpiece in almost every apple product. Think of Ettore Sottsass, the Italian who made Olivetti the Apple of its time, designing typewriters and early computers with nony.
Meeting the IoT security challenge. Antisocial Media, book review: Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Second, the book appears to repeat in multiple places. Some repeating is also due to organization of the book on themes, or maybe projects would be a better term. His passion with designing product that tangible and enjoyable are showed by his design.
So the drama factor is low.
If ‘Jobs’ was a classic among biographies, then ‘Jony Ive’ is a cool one. That is one reason why I loved this book more than ‘Steve Jobs’. Return to Book Page. If you like to read about people achieving things that you, yourself might find overwhelming to achieve, and it gives you that tingling sensation behind your neck that tells you that you are proud of lleander person, then you would really like this book.
I can tell you that Apple is more more secretive now than inthat engineering teams are incredibly personally diverse in their thinking and interests and that they do indeed socialise outside of their immediate colleagues. I did a grave mistake of reading the book kahbey Jobs’ before this one. For anyone interested in industrial design this is an essential book.
Interessante o livro mostra em determinados momentos um lado pouco conhecido do Sir Ive. Perhaps he want dot know more about Apple than Ive and that would always place sources on the defensive.
Jony Ive: The Genius Behind Apple’s Greatest Products, by Leander Kahney | Financial Times
But Leander Kahney has put a lid on such shit in ‘Jony Ive’. However, only about half of this book is a biography; the other half fixates on Apple, irrespective of the title individual. Oct 04, Arnold Saputra rated it really liked it. He even included some light moments and occasional humor. Backstage at a three-act play. Jony had his intentions clear and neat. Steve wanted Jon Ivy to take the mp3 leandeer design to a next level. Or Dieter Rams, the German designer whose products for Braun defined the company and are among the most beautiful products of the 20th century and whose designs profoundly influenced Ive, even down to the rounded corners.
It pulls extensively from existing, well-known content, and seems to make no effort to try and integrate this into a cohesive narrative or analysis of the person. Kahney didn’t suck up to Jobs and his followers, instead he had the guts to reveal the true leanser who was not out there to be seen in the public. If you want to know more about Jony Ive this book will leave you disappointed.