2006 - Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering (UK)
Jonathan P. Ive focuses on Human–computer interaction, Display device, Computer hardware, Computer graphics and Cover. His study brings together the fields of Electronics and Human–computer interaction. His study on Input device is often connected to Action as part of broader study in Computer hardware.
His work deals with themes such as Computer data storage and Gesture, Computer vision, Artificial intelligence, which intersect with Input device. His studies in Computer graphics integrate themes in fields like Representation and Multi-function display. His work carried out in the field of Cover brings together such families of science as Structural engineering, Closed position and Enclosure.
Jonathan P. Ive mainly focuses on Human–computer interaction, Computer hardware, Computer graphics, Electrical engineering and Cover. His work on Affordance as part of general Human–computer interaction research is often related to Natural user interface and 10-foot user interface, thus linking different fields of science. His Computer hardware research incorporates elements of Mobile device and Display device.
His Display device study frequently involves adjacent topics like Input device. His Input device study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Joystick and Actuator. Object is the topic of his studies on Artificial intelligence and Computer vision.
Jonathan P. Ive spends much of his time researching Human–computer interaction, Computer hardware, Electrical engineering, User input and Object. His research in Human–computer interaction intersects with topics in Variety and Feature. His Computer hardware study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Electrical conductor, Electric power transmission, Mobile device and Display device.
His research on Object is centered around Artificial intelligence and Computer vision. His studies deal with areas such as Visibility and Input device as well as Computer vision. His 10-foot user interface study often links to related topics such as Natural user interface.
His main research concerns Human–computer interaction, Group, Computer hardware, 10-foot user interface and Electric power transmission. His Human–computer interaction research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Object and Scroll. His study brings together the fields of Mechanism and Object.
10-foot user interface and Natural user interface are commonly linked in his work. The Electric power transmission study combines topics in areas such as Coaxial, Electrical conductor, Electronic engineering, Communication device and Mobile device. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Radio frequency and Transceiver.
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Gestures for touch sensitive input devices
Steve Hotelling;Joshua A. Strickon;Brian Q. Huppi;Imran Chaudhri.
Proximity detector in handheld device
Steve P. Hotelling;Brian Q. Huppi;Joshua A. Strickon;Duncan Robert Kerr.
Mode-based graphical user interfaces for touch sensitive input devices
Steve Peter Hotelling;Joshua Strickon;Brian Q. Huppi;Duncan Robert Kerr.
Display screen or portion thereof with animated graphical user interface
Imran Chaudhri;Jonathan P. Ive.
Portable display device
Jody Akana;Bartley K. Andre;Daniel J. Coster;Daniele De Iuliis.
Electronic device holder
Bartley K. Andre;Daniel J. Coster;Daniele De Iuliis;Richard P. Howarth.
Computer controlled display device
Steven P. Jobs;Jonathan Ive;Michael D. Hillman;Frank Tsai.
Electronic device with graphical user interface
Jody Akana;Bartley K. Andre;Jeremy Bataillou;Jesse Boettcher.
Context-specific user interfaces
Christopher Wilson;Gary Ian Butcher;Kevin Will Chen;Imran Chaudhri.
Highly portable media device
Steve Jobs;Anthony M. Fadell;Jonathan P. Ive.
Profile was last updated on December 6th, 2021.
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