The New Infrastructure
- Aug 27, 2019 7:24 pm GMT
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In 2004, as a not-quite-graduate from Stanford, Matt Rodgers started working at Apple on its new portable music player, the iPod Mini. The sleek user-friendly device would go on to become one of the most successful consumer products ever launched by a company that is world-renowned for consumer-oriented design. Rodgers would stay at Apple for several years, playing a role in the company’s development of other insanely popular consumer products (e.g. the iPhone) and generally internalizing the design-focused corporate culture that Steve Jobs was famous for creating.
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