Jony Ive

Author: Leander Kahney

Publisher: Penguin

ISBN: 1101614846

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 320

View: 6565


“An adulating biography of Apple’s left-brained wunderkind, whose work continues to revolutionize modern technology.” —Kirkus Reviews In 1997, Steve Jobs discovered a scruffy British designer toiling away at Apple’s headquarters, surrounded by hundreds of sketches and prototypes. Jony Ive’s collaboration with Jobs would produce some of the world’s most iconic technology products, including the iMac, iPod, iPad, and iPhone. Ive’s work helped reverse Apple’s long decline, overturned entire industries, and created a huge global fan base. Yet little is known about the shy, soft-spoken whiz whom Jobs referred to as his “spiritual partner.” Leander Kahney offers a detailed portrait of the English art school student with dyslexia who became the most acclaimed tech designer of his generation. Drawing on interviews with Ive’s former colleagues and Apple insiders, Kahney “takes us inside the creation of these memorable objects.” (The Wall Street Journal)

Strategic Management

Author: Robert MacIntosh,Donald MacLean

Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing

ISBN: 1350305480

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 240

View: 5529


Strategic Management: Strategists at Work provides a practical and simple approach to developing a comprehensive strategic plan, as the authors share what they have learned through two decades of strategy work with a myriad of organisations. Focusing on the practicalities of developing strategy and presenting cutting edge theory in an accessible manner, this book delivers key insights into the strategist's role. Key benefits: - Provides a comprehensive range of templates that have been road-tested with over 400 senior managers - Includes extensive case material and interviews - Lecture slides, tutorials, and multiple choice questions available on the companion website

Cambridge English Empower Upper Intermediate Student's Book

Author: Adrian Doff,Herbert Puchta,Craig Thaine,Jeff Stranks,Peter Lewis-Jones

Publisher: Cambridge University Press

ISBN: 1107468728

Category: Foreign Language Study

Page: 176

View: 8179


Cambridge English Empower is a general adult course that combines course content from Cambridge University Press with validated assessment from the experts at Cambridge English Language Assessment. The Upper Intermediate Student's Book gives learners an immediate sense of purpose and clear learning objectives. It provides core grammar and vocabulary input alongside a mix of skills. Speaking lessons offer a unique combination of functional language, pronunciation and conversation skills, alongside video filmed in the real world. Each unit ends with a consolidation of core language from the unit and focuses on writing within the context of a highly communicative mixed-skills lesson. This version of the Student's Book does not provide access to the video, assessment package and online workbook. A version with full online access is available separately.

Steve Jobs

Author: Walter Isaacson

Publisher: Simon and Schuster

ISBN: 1451648537

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 630

View: 4103


Draws on more than forty interviews with Steve Jobs, as well as interviews with family members, friends, competitors, and colleagues to offer a look at the co-founder and leading creative force behind the Apple computer company.

Advances in Design and Digital Communication II

Author: Nuno Martins,Daniel Brandão

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 3030897354

Category: Architecture

Page: 703

View: 9225


This book reports on research findings and practical lessons featuring advances in the areas of digital and interaction design, graphic design and branding, design education, society and communication in design practice, and related ones. Gathering the proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Digital Design and Communication, Digicom 2021, held on November 4–6, 2021, in Barcelos, Portugal, and continuing the tradition of the previous book, it describes new design strategies and solutions to foster digital communication within and between the society, institutions and brands. By highlighting innovative ideas and reporting on multidisciplinary projects, it offers a source of inspiration for designers of all kinds, including graphic and web designers, UI, UX and social media designers, and to researchers, advertisers, artists, and brand and corporate communication managers alike.

Art of Doing Business

Author: Dr. Amarja Nargunde

Publisher: Partridge Publishing

ISBN: 1543704581

Category: Education

Page: 280

View: 8755


Steve Jobs is considered to be the greatest entrepreneur of modern times. In a world where people consider themselves fortunate for getting even partial credit for changing one industry, Steve Jobs went on changing not one, but seven industries namely personal computers, desktop publishing, animation movies, computer retailing, music players, mobiles phones and tablet computing. He didn’t have any business management degree. He was a college drop out and a hippie. He considered himself as an artist and went on creating his two masterpieces, Pixar and Apple. This book takes a look at what made Steve Jobs one of the greatest business icons of all time and how he applied seven business mantras in his own way.

Steve Jobs: A Biography

Author: Michael B. Becraft

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 161069497X

Category: Technology & Engineering

Page: 247

View: 6921


This book provides extensive, comprehensive biographical information on one of technology's most important innovators—Steve Jobs. Provides detailed biographical information that benefits and appeals to a wide audience Includes not only praise for Jobs but criticism to offer a balanced portrait Incorporates information from Jobs's speeches and writings Includes charts and graphs related to home computing and Apple in comparison to competitors

Mind-Society

Author: Paul Thagard

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 0190686413

Category: Psychology

Page: 400

View: 1568


How do minds make societies, and how do societies change? Paul Thagard systematically connects neural and psychological explanations of mind with major social sciences (social psychology, sociology, politics, economics, anthropology, and history) and professions (medicine, law, education, engineering, and business). Social change emerges from interacting social and mental mechanisms. Many economists and political scientists assume that individuals make rational choices, despite the abundance of evidence that people frequently succumb to thinking errors such as motivated inference. Much of sociology and anthropology is taken over with postmodernist assumptions that everything is constructed on the basis of social relations such as power, with no inkling that these relations are mediated by how people think about each other. Mind-Society displays the interdependence of the cognitive and social sciences by describing the interconnections among mental and social mechanisms, which interact to generate social changes ranging from marriage patterns to wars. Validation comes from detailed studies of important social changes, from norms about romantic relationships to economic practices, political institutions, religious customs, and international relations. This book belongs to a trio that includes Brain-Mind: From Neurons to Consciousness and Creativity and Natural Philosophy: From Social Brains to Knowledge, Reality, Morality, and Beauty. They can be read independently, but together they make up a Treatise on Mind and Society that provides a unified and comprehensive treatment of the cognitive sciences, social sciences, professions, and humanities.