Robert Brunner


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When I started out in my career, design was seen as a necessary evil, especially in relation to technology. It moved into this phase where all of the sudden people saw design as a corporate identity thing, like 'all of our products need to look alike.' In the early 1990s, it moved into innovation for innovation's sake. And then there started being this shift, driven somewhat by Apple, where people began to understand that design was what made them want your technology to be part of their
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Jun 13 2017 IPhone
This page is completely dedicated to what Robert Brunner has to say. All of Robert Brunner’s quotes are organized here by date and topic. The most recent quote attributed to Robert Brunner came from an article called What Apple Thought the iPhone Might Look Like in 1995: “Jony and his team have changed the way people see design. I think for us we constantly have to put more and more pressure on ourselves to be original and meaningful and not just derivative. But there's something unique about American design culture–and, in particular, Silicon Valley design culture–that really drives that originality. I think there's something in the water here that drives people to always push to do something different, beyond the status quo.”.
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