Advertisement
YOU ARE HERE: LAT HomeCollectionsJonathan Ive
IN THE NEWS

Jonathan Ive

MORE STORIES ABOUT:
FEATURED ARTICLES
BUSINESS
September 5, 2011 | By Jessica Guynn, Los Angeles Times
Printed on the back of every iPod, iPhone and iPad is "Designed by Apple in California. " Those five words speak volumes about the pride Apple Inc. takes in design — and in design chief Jonathan Ive. Steve Jobs may have dreamed up the ideas. But Ive turned them into products with a cult following. The synergy between Apple's co-founder and its top designer set into motion a decade of hits from the iPod to the iPad. Now Apple will be counting on Ive to continue to deliver breakthrough designs without much oversight or support from Jobs, who last month stepped down as chief executive.
ARTICLES BY DATE
BUSINESS
June 12, 2013 | By Salvador Rodriguez
Apple this week unveiled the first major design overhaul for the iPhone operating system, and many were not impressed with the new look. Despite being led by Jony Ive, who has been Apple's hardware design chief since the 1990s, the new look found in iOS 7 has been criticized by many in the design community, and now a new Tumblr blog that pokes fun at the overhaul has hit the Web. Jony Ive Redesigns Things , the Tumblr blog, posts mockups made...
Advertisement
BUSINESS
May 23, 2012 | By Salvador Rodriguez
Jonathan Ive, Apple's senior vice president of industrial design, said that despite the iMac, iPhone, iPod or iPad, Apple's current project is its best. Ive, who was in England this week for his knighting Wednesday, told that to The Telegraph after being asked which project he would like to be remembered for if he could only pick one. “It's a really tough one. A lot does seem to come back to the fact that what we're working on now feels like the most important and the best work we've done, and so it would be what we're working on right now, which of course I can't tell you about,” he said.
BUSINESS
May 23, 2012 | By Salvador Rodriguez
Jonathan Ive, Apple's senior vice president of industrial design, said that despite the iMac, iPhone, iPod or iPad, Apple's current project is its best. Ive, who was in England this week for his knighting Wednesday, told that to The Telegraph after being asked which project he would like to be remembered for if he could only pick one. “It's a really tough one. A lot does seem to come back to the fact that what we're working on now feels like the most important and the best work we've done, and so it would be what we're working on right now, which of course I can't tell you about,” he said.
OPINION
August 26, 2011
Steve Jobs announced this week that he won't be resuming his duties as Apple's chief executive, ending a remarkable run that transformed Apple from an also-ran computer maker into one of the most valuable publicly traded companies in the United States. He'll remain chairman of Apple's board, so it's too early to declare the Jobs era over. Yet it's a good time to reflect on Jobs' seemingly magic touch. It's not Apple's ability to invent technologies as much as Jobs' uncanny sense of how to design and package them into products and services that consumers didn't realize they needed.
BUSINESS
October 22, 2011 | By David Sarno, Los Angeles Times
A new biography of Steve Jobs is revealing new details of the Apple Inc. co-founder's youth, his battle with cancer, his relationship with his biological parents and his unvarnished feelings about his rivals at Google Inc. and Microsoft Corp. Scheduled for release Monday, "Steve Jobs" by Walter Isaacson is the result of more than 40 interviews with Jobs by the author over a period of years, including one just weeks before his death two weeks ago. Jobs regretted waiting nine months to have an operation to remove cancer from his pancreas, the book reveals, a delay that probably allowed the cancer to spread.
BUSINESS
June 12, 2013 | By Salvador Rodriguez
Apple this week unveiled the first major design overhaul for the iPhone operating system, and many were not impressed with the new look. Despite being led by Jony Ive, who has been Apple's hardware design chief since the 1990s, the new look found in iOS 7 has been criticized by many in the design community, and now a new Tumblr blog that pokes fun at the overhaul has hit the Web. Jony Ive Redesigns Things , the Tumblr blog, posts mockups made...
NEWS
August 25, 2011 | By Dawn Chmielewski, P.J. Huffstutter and David Sarno, Los Angeles Times, Tribune staff reporter
For years, Apple Inc.'s Steve Jobs has groomed a senior management team to take the reins of the world's most powerful technology company when his fading health would no longer allow him to continue as chief executive. Tim Cook, who assumed that mantle Wednesday when Jobs resigned the post, inherits a firm that has achieved record sales and profits and a string of blockbuster consumer products. Apple is the globe's second-largest company in terms of market value and has amassed a war chest of $76 billion in cash.
BUSINESS
December 31, 2005 | From Reuters
London-born Jonathan Ive, the chief designer of Apple Computer Inc.'s iPod digital music player and its iMac, iBook and PowerBook computers, was given the title of Commander of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire by Queen Elizabeth. The rank of CBE is the third-most senior rank among the five British classes of chivalry. Only the first two orders qualify for knighthood.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 4, 1999
What's happening the next few weeks: * "Designing the Future: 3 Directions for the New Millennium," a show featuring the work of Jonathan Ive, vice president of industrial design for Apple Computers; Maya Lin, the architect who designed the Vietnam War Memorial; and Karim Rashid, a furniture and fashion designer, runs Nov. 17-March 26. Open Tuesday through Sunday, 10 a.m.-5 p.m., Wednesday evenings until 8:45. $8; $5 students and seniors.
BUSINESS
October 22, 2011 | By David Sarno, Los Angeles Times
A new biography of Steve Jobs is revealing new details of the Apple Inc. co-founder's youth, his battle with cancer, his relationship with his biological parents and his unvarnished feelings about his rivals at Google Inc. and Microsoft Corp. Scheduled for release Monday, "Steve Jobs" by Walter Isaacson is the result of more than 40 interviews with Jobs by the author over a period of years, including one just weeks before his death two weeks ago. Jobs regretted waiting nine months to have an operation to remove cancer from his pancreas, the book reveals, a delay that probably allowed the cancer to spread.
BUSINESS
September 5, 2011 | By Jessica Guynn, Los Angeles Times
Printed on the back of every iPod, iPhone and iPad is "Designed by Apple in California. " Those five words speak volumes about the pride Apple Inc. takes in design — and in design chief Jonathan Ive. Steve Jobs may have dreamed up the ideas. But Ive turned them into products with a cult following. The synergy between Apple's co-founder and its top designer set into motion a decade of hits from the iPod to the iPad. Now Apple will be counting on Ive to continue to deliver breakthrough designs without much oversight or support from Jobs, who last month stepped down as chief executive.
OPINION
August 26, 2011
Steve Jobs announced this week that he won't be resuming his duties as Apple's chief executive, ending a remarkable run that transformed Apple from an also-ran computer maker into one of the most valuable publicly traded companies in the United States. He'll remain chairman of Apple's board, so it's too early to declare the Jobs era over. Yet it's a good time to reflect on Jobs' seemingly magic touch. It's not Apple's ability to invent technologies as much as Jobs' uncanny sense of how to design and package them into products and services that consumers didn't realize they needed.
NEWS
August 25, 2011 | By Dawn Chmielewski, P.J. Huffstutter and David Sarno, Los Angeles Times, Tribune staff reporter
For years, Apple Inc.'s Steve Jobs has groomed a senior management team to take the reins of the world's most powerful technology company when his fading health would no longer allow him to continue as chief executive. Tim Cook, who assumed that mantle Wednesday when Jobs resigned the post, inherits a firm that has achieved record sales and profits and a string of blockbuster consumer products. Apple is the globe's second-largest company in terms of market value and has amassed a war chest of $76 billion in cash.
BUSINESS
October 7, 2011 | By Scott Wilson, Los Angeles Times
Timothy D. Cook Title: Chief executive Age: 50 Education: Bachelor's in industrial engineering, Auburn; MBA, Duke Career: Joined Apple in 1998 and became chief operating officer in 2005. Cook acted as interim CEO during Steve Jobs' leaves in 2004, 2009 and 2011. Scott Forstall Title: Senior vice president of iPhone software Age: 42 Education: Bachelor's in symbolic systems, Stanford; master's in computer science, Stanford Career: Joined Apple in 1997.
Los Angeles Times Articles
|