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Nokia Turning Over New Design Leaf

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Mar 1, 2006, 4:13 PM   by (staff)

Along with a new CEO, Nokia today announced that April will bring new leadership - and new structure - to its design organization. After 16 years at the helm, Frank Nuovo will step down from his position as head of design, and focus solely on Vertu, Nokia's luxury brand. The company will merge each business unit's design department into a single cohesive unit under the leadership of Alastair Curtis. Curtis is currently in charge of design for Nokia's business unit, and has led development of the recently announced eSeries as well as more recent incarnations of the Communicator series.


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Invader J

Mar 1, 2006, 8:46 PM


Hopefully this means no more oooogly phones, of which Nokia has had more than a few... I like the simpler E-Series, and the new N-Series is pretty good too. =D
Well, I hope this means more Cingular compatible wifi phones.
Good ridens to this guy. Nokia makes the most ugly phones in the industry.
It's time. Nokia needed to get away from the "FooFoo" design mentality made to become obsolescent in the sort turn and for kids.

The Nokia 6101-02 etc models were chintzy and cheap in quality. The functionality and software were Nokia in strength ...
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