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iPod, Ive receive D&AD design awards

Apple received four design awards at the 43rd D&AD (Design and Art Direction) awards last night in London. The iPod and iPod mini, along with Apple’s Cinema Display won silver awards for product design. Jonathan Ive, Apple’s head of industrial design, was honored with a special president’s award in recognition of outstanding contribution to the industry. The iPod won a gold award in 2002.

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Jobs asked Ives not to speak after accepting President’s Award! Let Ives shine.

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UPDATED MacWorld UK article clarifies reason Jobs spoke.

“Though no acceptance speeches were given by other awards recipients, Jobs had previously told the D&AD; that he would like to say something about Ive. Given that Ive was receiving a President’s Award for Outstanding Contribution to the Industry, the D&AD; agreed to this.”

Posted by Benton on May 26, 2005 at 12:53 PM (CDT)

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