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It was as pure as pure gets, in terms of building software. Steve would draw a quick vision on the whiteboard, we'd go work on it for a while, bring it back, find out the ways in which it sucked, and we'd iterate, again and again and again. That's how it always went. Iteration. It's the key to design, really. Just keep improving it until you have to ship it....there was kind of an approach we took, unconsciously, which I characterize in my mind as a "cauldron". There might be 3 or 4 or even 10 of us in the room, looking at, say, an iteration of iPhoto. Ideas would come forth, suggestions, observations, whatever. We would "throw them into the cauldron", and stir it, and soon nobody remembered exactly whose ideas were which. This let us make a great soup, a great potion, without worrying about who had what idea. This was critically important, in retrospect, to decouple the CEO from the ideas. If an idea was good, we'd all eventually agree on it, and if it was bad, it just kind of sank to the bottom of the pot. We didn't really remember whose ideas were which -- it just didn't matter.
Inventor Labs Blog - "What it's Really Like Working with Steve Jobs"

January 09 2013

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December 06 2010

December 02 2010

Article: A Study of Trends in Mobile Design

A Study of Trends in Mobile Design (Sent from Flipboard)


November 27 2010

Article: The Seven Principles You Need to Know to Build a Great Social Product

The Seven Principles You Need to Know to Build a Great Social Product (Sent from Flipboard)

The Seven Principles You Need to Know to Build a Great Social Product
http://techcrunch.com/2010/11/26/the-seven-principles-you-need-to-know-to-build-a-great-social-product/

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