Steve, thank you.

He taught us “design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.”

He taught us the mantra of “focus and simplicity”, that you have to “work hard to get your thinking clean to make it simple.”

He taught us innovation doesn’t come from focus group, because “people don’t know what they want until you show it to them.”

He taught us that the “crazy ones, the misfits, the ones who think differently” can still “make a ding in the universe”.

Most importantly, he taught us “there is no reason not to follow your heart.”

Thank you, Steve. You’ll be missed.

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3 Responses to Steve, thank you.

  1. Rayson says:

    Great stuff.. isn’t it amazing when technologies actually touch people!

  2. I just found your website via an interior design blog. I’m so inspired! I’m an interior design photographer and will now look into your company for my own professional needs. I really appreciate your tribute to the late and forever great, Steve Jobs. Apple won’t be the same without him we all know this but his legacy stretches far beyond the technology that he created that changed the world. His enthusiasm, his generosity has inspired me and I believe several generations of poeple to be better people, work harder and more creatively.
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  3. Louis Leung says:

    Thanks Rayson and Felicia.

    Steve Jobs is such an inspiration to so many. Some of our company’s thinking was influenced by him. He showed us that technology, arts, and business can blend nicely together to bring products that actually changes lives.

    Personally, I think this inspiration from him is the greatest gift he brought to the world. iPhone, iPod, and Apple are more like manifestation of those thinking and prove-of-concepts for the world to understand.

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