Apple design chief Jonathan Ive to talk innovation at UK’s Royal College of Art

The new MacBook“Apple’s senior vice president of industrial design Jonathan Ive will receive an honorary doctorate from the UK’s Royal College of Art (RCA) tomorrow,” Lexton Snol reports for Macworld UK.

“Tonight (June 30, 2009) he is the guest of honour at a select dinner hosted at the RCA,” Snol reports. “iMac designer Ive will deliver a speech at the RCA’s themed ‘Innovation Night.'”

Snol reports, “Employee and friend of Apple CEO Steve Jobs, Ive was the winner of the London Design Museum’s inaugural Designer of the Year award in 2002, and won again in 2003. He was listed in the 2006 New Years Honours list, receiving a CBE, for services to the design industry.”

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