How Alan Dye went from iPhone box designer to Apple’s Head of UI

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When the news broke last night that Jony Ive had been promoted to a new role as Apple’s Chief Design Officer – effectively slaking off his day-to-day management responsibilities to focus solely on the company’s aesthetic future – two names were thrust into the spotlight – Alan Dye and Richard Howarth. They’re the guys charged with splitting Ive’s previous role: Dye is now head of User Interface, while Howarth has taken charge of Industrial Design. While both men are long-time lieutenants in Apple’s design shop, their stories aren’t nearly as well known as that of their knighted boss, Sir Jonathan Ive. Here’s what you…

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