Ken Segall. · Rating details · 3, ratings · reviews. To Steve Jobs, Simplicity was a religion. It was also a weapon. Simplicity isn’t just a design. Simplicity isn’t just a design principle at Apple—it’s a value that permeates every level of the organization. It’s what helped. Insanely Simple by Ken Segall – review. The secret of Steve Jobs’s success – revealed by the man who put the “i” into Apple’s products.
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This biography, based on multiple interviews over a year period, paints a well-rounded picture of Apple’s ‘visionary leader’.
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Most of the stories in seall book are widely known. Do you already have iTunes? But mind you, that simplicity has produced and is currently being observed by a multi-billion dollar company, nuff said!
Click Here to Kill Everybody, book review: Most of the book follows a “Steve did this, steve did that” kind of approach.
This book presents the opportunity for an opportunistic manager to give his bottom line a shot of steroids. It makes more money than most other computer companies combined, despite not having the largest market share. This ijsanely is just a snappy glimpse in Steve’s professionalism. That doesn’t make Jobs a bad guy. Looking for More Great Reads? You have to work hard to get your thinking clean to make it simple.
Book review A company with Apple’s current simpe of profitability seems more like the establishment than the counterculture, no matter how many “Think different” adverts praising “the crazy Inspired by Your Browsing History. Segall gets to This is a quirky and charmingly plain collection of anecdotes about Segall’s interactions with Steve Jobs, and, more importantly, his takeaway lessons from Apple’s success.
Like most people who work at the intersection of programming and user experience, I am a big fan of simpke. I fully agree with the comparisons of Apple to other companies, based on simplicity, but it once again got very repetitive, I kept on hearing the same companies over and over again.
This is a quirky and charmingly plain collection of segxll about Segall’s interactions with Steve Jobs, and, more importantly, his takeaway lessons from Apple’s success.
Insanely Simple: Book review
I enjoyed this book thoroughly. How to regulate a messy system. It was also a weapon. Customer Reviews Not worth it.
View More by This Author. By naming the iMac, he also laid the foundation for naming waves of i-products to come. There’s a problem loading this menu right now. As long as you have a healthy balance in the brand simlle, customers are more willing to ride out the tough times. It took around a month — a simply astonishing amount of time.
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Would you like to tell us about a lower price? May 01, Minutes Buy. Tech Industry Antisocial Media, book review: Presenting simple from almost every angle advertising slogans, product names, product lines, group sizesSegall shows how simple has propelled Apple, creating powerful changes within the company. Mar 13, Mykolas rated it did not like it.
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There is nothing wrong with this of course, and there is much to admire in Apple’s work, but if you think this book will help you understand how to create insanely simple products like those from Apple you will be disappointed because to the author, “simple” appears to imsanely “whatever Apple does”. Hardcoverpages. Book 24 Insanely Simple 1 3 Feb 02, Oct 28, Dmitry Rasnovsky rated it liked it. Almost segalll like an eulogy to Steve Jobs! Overall, the insight into Apple was extremely helpful; however ironically, the book could use some simplifying.
The ones who see things differently. The writing style has little structure or flow.
Overall glad I read it, but should have been half the length. In the end this is not a book about simplicity, it is a book about how much the author loved his experience of working at Apple. Free with Audible trial.
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