Exactly one year ago, the world of technology lost one of its most iconic figures ever. Apple’s co-founder and longtime CEO, Steve Jobs died after loosing his battle against cancer. His legacy, however, will last forever, and you don’t have to be an Apple ‘fanboy’ to agree on that. More than creating technology, Jobs set the standards for people-oriented design in hardware and software. More than revolutionizing markets, he created new ones. And, like any other icon, more than feared, he was admired by everyone, either colleagues or competitors.
We collected some of the interactive resources made by the time of his death, that serve to remember how huge was his contribution to so many aspects of our lives. Hope you appreciate it, and feel free to add your recommendations in the comments section.
Steve Jobs Rules the World | GQ
The History of Apple and Steve Jobs | La Informacion
Apple apprentices show Steve Jobs’ influence | USA Today
Here’s to the crazy one | Young&Rubicam Bs.As
Steve Jobs’s Patents | The New York Times
Personal Media Pioneer: Steve Jobs | The Wall Street Journal
Reader Memories of Steve Jobs | The New York Times
Which of Steve Jobs’s Products Mattered Most? | The New York Times
Apple’s Years With and Without Steve Jobs | The New York Times
Steve Jobs: his life and career | The Guardian
Following the footsteps of Steve Jobs in California | The Guardian
Steve Jobs death: Media coverage | Folha de São Paulo
The creations of Steve Jobs | Veja
The Genius of Steve Jobs | Zero Hora
Tributes to Steve Jobs | Ria Novosti
Steve Jobs and his work | El Espectador
Wise words from Steve Jobs | Canadian Business
Steve Jobs: 10 fascinating facts | CBC News
Obviously, this selection is far from being absolute, and we deliberately lefts behind the many infographics about Apple, the iPhone and all the other subjects that could be easily connected to Steve Jobs. Once again we invite you to share with us other interactive resources that are still available to explore – unfortunately some of the interactive resources we collected at the time of Steve Jobs death are now unavailable, but let us know if you have any other links to share.
You should also check out our Pinterest board about Steve Jobs, constantly updated with infographics from across the globe.