Transcript: By Ashley, Christien, Jake, and Katie Hewlett Packard Internship Innovator Reed College Apple Co-Founder October 5, 2011 Thanks for Watching :) Steve Jobs
Transcript: By: Rachael Ross Aligns with major of Computer Science Successfully started and owned several companies Demonstrates how failure is not the end Multiple aspects to career Bought Lucasfilm's graphics division Was executive producer Entrepreneur Founder and CEO of: Apple NeXT Pixar Why I chose him Co-founded with Steve Wozniak Started in Job's parent's garage Eventually got Sculley to become CEO Became power struggle Developed computer platforms Founded by Jobs after he left Apple Object-oriented programming Eventually just produced software Became a part of Apple NeXT What he could bring: Adopted by Paul and Clara Jobs at birth A troublemaker in school Dropped out of Reed College Technician at Atari Traveled to India Apple! Steve Jobs Technical expertise Excellent business skills Marketing skills Name recognition for project Finances Who was Steve Jobs? A Little History... Pixar
Transcript: The father of all Apples Dear Diary, Today my dad bought me out to the garage and gave me a section of his workbench and declared it mine. He showed me all of the tools and its uses. It made something inside of me just click as soon as my hand touched the tools. We worked in the garage for what seems like forever. I never wanted that moment to pass. My dad and I bonded over tools and its uses. It was the first real time I bonded with him in a while. It was really cool to bond over things that we both enjoy doing. As I was working with my dad I saw how well he was with electronics considering the fact that he rarely encounters them. My dad fixes up old cars and turns them into new ones, so you can imagine how often he comes across anything electronic based. I feel like I can tell my dad anything now. I feel we’ve grown a bond over those couple of hours. My dad is amazing how well he knew the tool and its uses. I know what a hammer is and what its used for, as well as a screwdriver. My mom was pretty impress with my growing knowledge of tools. Therefore my dear diary I have to go to sleep. Maybe those tools will help for changing the world in the future. Sincerely, Steve Jobs “Don’t let the noise of others’ opinions drown out your inner voice. And most importantly, have the courage to follow your heart and intuition.” Material Artifacts http://www.weebly.com/weebly/main.php 1st computer: The 1st computer is important to Steve Jobs because he built it with Steve Wozniak “Woz” and it started his Apple company. Calligraphy: Calligraphy is important to Steve because when he dropped out of college the offered him free audit classes. Steve decided to take Calligraphy, the art of writing beautifully. That calligraphy came in handy for his first computer to have many different fonts. Hewlett-Packard: Hewlett-Packard is important to Steve because when Steve moved to Silicon Valley he would go to Hewlett-Packard and stand in there and watch patiently as the engineers were about their business. This place sparked his interest in electronics even more. Diary Entry Portraits Poem Steve Jobs Life Quote The apple was made By a man named Steve He wanted to go to college But he decided to leave He created exuberant products That we all use today He was a great man We all hoped for him to stay His success was legendary How he changed the world It was kind of scary He was like a sparkling pearl Infographic Interview Questions
Transcript: STEVE JOBS Founder of Apple LIFE Personal Life Born on the 24th February 1955, San Fransisco, USA, to Abdulfattah Jandali and Joanne Schieble who put him up for adoption Adopted by Paul and Clara Jobs 2 year old Steve Jobs with Paul Jobs, 1957 Droped out of college in 1973 In 1974, he traveled to India for spiritual enlightment Returns to America as a buddhist Jobs is pictured second from left Married Laurene Powell in 1991 At their wedding Diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2003 Passed away on the 5th of October, 2011 Officially resigns from Apple in August 2011 CAREER Career As a young child, his interests in electronics and gadgets were evident He was offered an internship at Hewlett-Packard and met Steve Wozniak Reaquainted with Wozniak and co-founded Apple together Successfully released the Apple I in 1976 Wozniak and Jobs with an Apple I Over time the number of sales dropped because of heavy competition from other businesses Released Apple II which was even more impressive. Released the MacIntosh in 1984 but was not successful Jobs resigned (was fired) from the company in 1985 Named the company after a happy sumer Jobs spent picking apples Career Continued..... Jobs then tried launching another computer company NeXt Computer Co. In 1986, he purchased Pixar Animations Studio from George Lucas. Created the first animated feature film, Toy Story The NeXt years In 1996, Apple bought NeXt for over 400 million USD Jobs was reappointed to Apple as advisor Apple grew increasingly successful over the years with the release of products such as the iPhone, iPad and iMac Jobs and the iMac An ad for the iPod Introducing the iPhone SKILLS Able to design and develop satisfactory and practical products. Skills - Drive to make his products perfect - Belief that design was an important part in future products - Vast imagination CHARACTERICS Big believer in finding his true passion Characteristics Seeks knowledge and trys new things Takes risks Learns from failure WHY JOBS Why we chose Steve Jobs Jobs is an idol for many entrepreneurs who wish to succeed, not only as business people but as human beings. We found his life story and career journey very inspiring, as he started from the bottom and came out on the very top. Jobs’ life is a great example of how determination, commitment and resilience can change the world.
Transcript: Born February 24, 1955. Adopted by Paul and Clara Jobs. Didn't fit in. Had a bad home life. START OF APPLE NeXT and Pixar Jobs resigned from Apple Created and sold NeXT computers Negotiated a deal to buy CGI from George Lucas Renamed it Pixar. Sold circuit boards The Lisa was created EARLY LIFE Steve Jobs The Macintosh is created Booming sales
Transcript: EARLY LIFE EARLY LIFE BIRTH DATE : February 24, 1955 BIOLOGICAL PARENTS : Abdulfattah Jandali & Joanne Schieble ADOPTED PARENTS : Paul Jobs & Clara Hagopian BIRTH & PARENTS FAMILY & HOMETOWN Lived in Mountain View, California HOMETOWN HOMETOWN Had a garage to craft with his father ELEMENTRY SCHOOL EDUCATION - Monta Loma Elementry School - Played pranks and was frequently bored - Misbehaved a lot and was suspended a few times as well - Had a hard time getting along with friends of his age - Often bullied FOURTH GRADE TEACHER ENVIRONMETAL BENEFITS Advanced fourth grade class Bribed him into learning "I really want you to finish this workbook. I'll give you five bucks if you finish it" Skipped the next two years "Pass along his love of electronics" He was inspired by his dad who could build almost anything At ten, he was deeply involved in electornics and befriended many of the engineers in the neighborhood DAD'S WORKBENCH DAD'S WORKBENCH Electronist hobbyist who was a friend of Steve's in high school He introduced Steve to another electronic whiz Is Apple computer's first employee Now user interface architect and inventor BILL FERNANDEZ BILL FERNANDEZ IMAGES IMAGES When Steve was 13, he got a job from Bill Hewlett which was assembling electronic parts. Although it wasn't a perfessional job, Steve recalled it as "heaven" SUMMER JOB SUMMER JOB ACHIEVEMENTS ACHIEVEMENTS APPLE (1976 - 1985) In 1976 Wozniak invented the first Apple 1 computer and Steve suggested they should sell it. APPLE INC. APPLE INC. In 1977, Jobs and Wozniak introduced the Apple II at the West Coast Computer Faire. It was the first consumer product sold by Apple and was one of the first highly successful mass-produced microcomputer products APPLE 2 APPLE 2 IMAGES IMAGES Steve founded NeXT with $7 million. He attracted the attention of billionaire Ross Perot who invested a lot in the company. The NeXT computer was shown to the world in what was considered Jobs's comeback event NeXT INC. NeXT INC. 1990 IMAGES IMAGES WHOLE NEW COMPUTER EVOLUTIONARY COMPUTER Apple's computer the "Mac" was the first successful computer with a graphical user interface, a mouse and the ability to show you what a printed document would look like before you printed it Mac Book Apple iMac was introduced in 1998 and its innovative design was directly the result of Jobs's return to Apple FIRST IMAC FIRST IMAC IMAC Apple's desktop computer that has different feautures and amazing design. It evolved through seven distinct forms. MACBOOK Apple's laptop computer. It is known to have apps based on IOS and unique features. Highly popular around the world. PRESENT IMAC / MACBOOK PRESENT IMAC / MACBOOK IMAC IMAGES IMAC IMAGES MACBOOK IMAGES MACBOOK IMAGES MACBOOK PRO IMAGES MACBOOK PRO IMAGES "INVENTION OF THE YEAR (2007) " THE IPHONE Apple began work on the first iphone in 2005 and released on June 29, 2007. The Apple iPhone is a small device with multimedia capabilities and functions as a touch screen smartphone. Three new key features : 1. Support for GPS 2. 3G data 3. Tri-band UMTS/HSDPA IPHONE 3G IPHONE 3G This time, improvements included voice control, a better camera, and a faster processor, was introduced by Phil Schiller IPHONE 3GS IPHONE 3GS The iPhone 4 is thinner than previous models, has a five megapixel camera capable of recording video in 720p HD, and adds a secondary front-facing camera for video calls. IPHONE 4 IPHONE 4 IMAGES IMAGES A major feature of the iPhone 4S, introduced in October 2011, was Siri, a virtual assistant capable of voice recognition IPHONE 4S IPHONE 4S Steve Jobs died at age 56. He had previous health issues, and due to complications from a relapse of his previously treated islet-cell neuroendocrine pancreatic cancer he died leaving his final words, "Oh wow, oh wow, oh wow..." EARLY DEATH EARLY DEATH In October 2003, Steve was diagnosed with cancer. Jobs stated that he had a rare, much less aggressive type, but he still resisted his doctors' recommendations for medical intervention for nine months ORIGINAL HEALTH ISSUES ORIGINAL HEALTH ISSUES Steve Jobs is known to have great presentation skills that benefited him in his career. PRESENTATION Paces a lot and at the same time engages with theaudience a lot by eye contact. Also stress manywords to emphasize key points. He makes greatvisual aids which are simple and easy tounderstand. Lastly, he has confidence like no other. PRESENTATION STYLES PRESENTATION STYLES IMAGES IMAGES Other researchers try to research on how Steve Jobs would present to the audience. They are interested in how he speaks and how effective it is. SOME RESEARCHERS... SOME RESEARCHERS...
Transcript: Thanks Intuitive Computers 1976 Apple computer (Apple I) -Steve Wozniak 1977 -Apple II 2011 -January 17 - medical leave ($22 billion) -Jobs creates the advertising campaign ''Think Different'' 1988 -Computadora Next 2000 -Becomes CEO iPods ''Not let the noise of others opinions drown out your own inner voice'' Inventor Genius Steven Paul Jobs -Laurene Powell (4 Child) Lisa Brennan-Jobs Reed Jobs Erin Jobs Eve Jobs Tablets (iPads) Reed College, dropped out. -Co-founder, Chairman and CEO, Apple Inc. -Co-founder and CEO, Pixar -Founder and CEO, NeXT Inc. iPhones ''Sometimes life hits you in the head with a brick'' ''I realized that I love my life. I really do. I've got the greatest family in the world, and I've got my work. And that's pretty much all I do. I don't socialize much or go to conferences. I love my family, and I love running Apple, and I love Pixar. And I get to do that. I'm very lucky.'' 1986 -Jobs buys Pixar to George Lucas, (Lucasfilm) for $10 million. 1996 - Interin CEO of Apple Iconoclastic Visionary 2001 -iPod Different 2003 -Pancreatic cancer 2006 -The Walt Disney Company aquired it for $7.4 billion. -Jobs Diney's largest single shareholder. San Francisco, California, USA. February 24, 1955 iMac 1983 -Apple Lisa -Hired John Sculley, CEO of PepsiCO 1984 -Macintosh 1985 -Jobs leaves Apple
Transcript: Steve Jobs Brandy Maltos 6th Period Basic Info Basic Info Birth : Feb 24, 1995 Death : Oct 5, 2011 BIRTHPLACE Steve Jobs Birthplace . San Francisco, California Educational & info Steve Jobs Education & More Two universities in Wisconsin Was given up for adoption Real parents are Joanne & Schieble Abdulfattah Early Success Early Success/ Failures Jobs was enrolled at Homestead High School, he was introduced to his future partner Steve Wozniak, who was attending the University of California, Berkeley Jobs later recounted how one course in calligraphy developed his love of typography. The duo started in the Jobs family garage, funding their entrepreneurial venture by Jobs selling his Volkswagen bus and Wozniak selling his beloved scientific calculator. Failures Failures College dropout. Fired tech executive. Unsuccessful businessman. Jobs passed away Wednesday after suffering for years from health problems, likely stemming from a battle with cancer. Failures Failures remembered fondly as the poster child for how making mistakes — and even failing — can sometimes end up being the best thing that ever happens to you. Jobs’ dream of a pricey, beautiful computer, dubbed the Cube because of its shape, never found its niche Most Known For Most Known For Jobs had an entire team devoted to packaging who studied the experience of opening a box to learn how to achieve the excitement and emotional response that is now common with Apple products. A well-known egomaniac, Jobs was infamous for being difficult and demanding. In 1993, he held a spot on Fortune's list of America's Toughest Boss Steve Jobs video YouTube Video Currently Working on/ Future Plans Currently Working on/ Future Plans Steve Jobs has passed on, but his legacy remains something that cannot fade. His influence at Apple will continue to be felt in the years to come, thanks largely to the fact that he personally oversaw plans for the next four years of products before his death Large companies like Apple are typically working on and testing new products years before a public announcement is made
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