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If that picture from Pixar’s Wall-E looks somewhat familiar in all its white glory, it is because it’s design was developed in part by Apple’s own Jonathon Ive. He was called in as a consultant to the process. Here is an interesting comment from Ive: I […]

If that picture from Pixar’s Wall-E looks somewhat familiar in all its white glory, it is because it’s design was developed in part by Apple’s own Jonathon Ive. He was called in as a consultant to the process. Here is an interesting comment from Ive:

I wanted Eve to be high-end technology — no expense spared — and I wanted it to be seamless and for the technology to be sort of hidden and subcutaneous. The more I started describing it, the more I realized I was pretty much describing the Apple playbook for design.

The article also states that Ive was secretive about Apple’s goings-on and would not comment on the future of technology designs. If you want to see more, Wall-E opens on June 27th.

[Via Fortune]

By Jethro Jones

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  1. Somewhat familiar? It’s the automator icon with soft edges! ;)

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  2. …while the other one looks like Johnny 5 after a visit to the car crusher, then left in Oregon weather for 2 decades.

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  3. [...] intressant trivia finns hos IMDB, bland annat att Jonathan Ive (Apples chefsdesigner) ska ha hjälpt till med EVE’s utseende (vet inte hur väl det stämmer, men det är en bra [...]

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  4. great blog and interesting articles ive added your site to my rss reader…thanks a bunch :)

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