After two years of giving up some of his responsibilities as Apple’s Chief Design Officer, Jony Ive is now the man that Apple’s design teams are reporting to directly. In 2015, Ive was given his executive title, but soon gave up the day-to-day leadership of the design teams to Alan Dye and Richard Howarth. The pair reported to Apple CEO Tim Cook. But now, once again, Ive is the man in charge.
During the two years during which he handed off some of his responsibilities at Apple, Ive worked on Apple’s “spaceship campus.” With that project over, Ive can now oversee all of the design chores …