Friday, January 05, 2007
Apple's Mysterious Designer
The Guardian has a brief story on Jonathan Ives, the designer behind many of Apple's big successes of the past decade, including of course the iPod. They don't actually speak to him, because Ives refuses most interviews. And while the Guardian doesn't belabor the point, I do like how whenever someone decides they DON'T want to give interviews or hobnob with the rich and famous or go on TV, they're portrayed as freakishly private. Some people might describe that as simply...normal.