Doctor of Sciences: Oxford University honors Jony Ive

After the unusual appointment of Jony ive As the 6th most influential person in automotive technology and the honorary title of Cambridge University, * the face * of Apple designs reappears in the spotlight.

At the annual Encaenia graduation ceremony, which takes place at Oxford University, Ive been awarded a honorary doctorate, being considered a science doctor.

Sir Jonathan Ive Apple design director and designer of iMac, PowerBook, iBook, iPod, iPhone, iPad, Apple Watch and MacBook. Six of his products appeared in a permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art in New York. In 2012, he received the San Francisco MoMA’s Lifetime Achievement Award and in 2013 was awarded a badge Blue Peter Program Gold Award. His other awards include an inaugural medal (1999) and a Benjamin Franklin medal (2014) at Royal Society of Arts, the first designer of the year award Design Museum London (2003), the president of Design and Art Direction (D&AD) and also a president's medal from Royal Academy of Engineering (both in 2005), in addition to the product design award from Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum (2007). In 2012, D&AD named Sir Jonathan's Apple team the best design studio in the last 50 years. He is also an honorary member of Royal Academy of Engineering.

Jony Ive, now a doctor of science at Oxford University

Also honored with the title of honorary doctors were eight distinguished figures including filmmaker Pedro Almodvar, architect Kazuyo Sejima, among others.

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(via 9to5Mac)