06 Oct '11, 11am

8 things I thank Steve Jobs for

8 things I thank Steve Jobs for

A warm welcome to you dear reader! If you have not already, why not subscribe to The Design Sojourn Newsletter and get my latest thoughts on Strategies for Good Design conveniently delivered right to your inbox? It's free! You can also follow me on Twitter and Facebook as well. Thanks for visiting and please keep in touch? This morning I work up to the sad news of the passing of Steve Jobs . Though I expected it, I had hoped it would never come. As the world mourns the passing of a legend, I’m at a lost for words to describe the breath and depth or the everlasting impact of his achievements. I therefore though it would be better instead to celebrate his life with a small tribute by sharing 8 things I would like to thank Steve Jobs for. 1) Showing the world what the power of design can do. 2) Showing that a design focused and design-integrated organization is vital for inno...

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RIP Steve Jobs

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RIP Steve Jobs

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