Keep it simple. That’s been Apple’s design philosophy for ages. Whether it’s buttons or ports, the history of modern Apple design makes it clear that Apple is a company that looks at every product and asks, “Could there be less stuff on this thing?”
When Steve Jobs announced the original Apple Remote, he displayed a slide comparing it to two typical TV remotes—one with 43 buttons and the other with 45.
Nearly six years after the legal battle over smartphone design similarities began between Apple and Samsung, the two companies are now about to take the case to the United States Supreme Court on Tuesday, October 11. At stake is the...
So you wanna be the next Jony Ive and make beautiful and intuitive products that are just like Apple’s? Good for you. But figuring out how to replicate Apple’s design philosophies isn’t all that easy – look at RIM. To help you out, ...
If you look closer at the history of Apple design it becomes clear that all of that intuitive easy-ness has been there to make the new product ideas assimilate faster.
Apple is known for its easy to use products and it's minimalist designs. And that design philosophy could result in Apple's next iPad and iPhone models losing their home buttons, according to rumors abounding on the Web this week.