The 6 Pillars Of Steve Jobs's Design Philosophy

by R27 CREATIVELAB on Tuesday, 8 November 2011


Beyond some phenomenal products, Steve Jobs helped define exactly what good design meant for the computer age. Here are his most enduring ideals.
[This is the second installment in a series of posts that we're doing as we read Walter Isaacson's Steve Jobs biography. Click here to read the first.--Ed.]

Everyone who cares, even modestly, about design can name a few decisive events that set them on that path. Steve Jobs was no different, but he was also extraordinarily lucky: The formative design lessons he got were so far ahead of their time that they would lay the groundwork for Apple's success with the Macintosh, the iMac, iPhone, and the iPad. Here's six of the defining design lessons that Jobs learned, and which imbued every product he created. As Isaacson writes:

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