Apple, Design

Stories From Apple Designers Jerry Manock & Robert Brunner

This is a fascinating video of a presentation given at the Computer History Museum back in June 2007, right before the availability of the 1st iPhone on June 29th of that year. First, we hear from  Jerry Manock, designer of the Apple II, Apple III and the original Mac. Then Robert Brunner takes the stage to discuss his time as head of Apple’s newly-formed Industrial Design Group (IDg) in 1990 that produced the PowerBook, Color Classic, and LC 520.

There is a discussion at the end moderated by the late Bill Moggridge, industrial designer and IDEO co-founder.


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