When Steve Jobs was a college dropout he attended a calligraphy class that led to a revolution in graphic design. As we honor Steve Jobs, we hear about how the Apple Mac changed lettering, from calligrapher DeAnn Singh and graphic designers April Greiman, Lorraine Wild, Andrew Byrom and Keith Scharwath. And design consultant Chee Pearlman explains what "design" meant to Steve Jobs and his chief collaborator, Jonathan Ive.
Banner image: Candles, flowers and an iPhone with Steve Jobs' photo displayed, are seen in remembrance of the founder and former CEO of Apple Inc, outside the Apple Store in New York City. Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images