Richard Howarth: Apple’s second most powerful British designer is a mystery

Jony Ive was promoted to become Apple’s Chief Design Officer yesterday. That meant two relatively unfamiliar names were suddenly thrust into the spotlight: Alan Dye and Richard Howarth – who are now Apple’s Vice-Presidents of User Interface Design and Industrial Design, respectively. But while Dye has been a relatively public presence – I profiled his rise from iPhone box designer to ruler of Apple’s UI design earlier today – his British colleague, Howarth is a different matter. Despite – or perhaps because of – being intimately involved in the creation of the iPhone from day one, named on numerous Apple hardware patents, and…

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